Switzer Performance's iteration of the Porsche 911 GT2 is fascinating, with a capability of delivering 911 hp (679 kW). To those who may be wondering, the extra 291hp that resulted to the 911 hp figure is definitely not a coincidence. The Switzer GT2 R911S has everything that is offered in a P800 GT2 package and more.
Switzer reportedly installed its in-house massive intercoolers on the car. There was also a vague reference to racing fuel.
The tuner also gave the car a Switzer-specific titanium inverted-front-strut and a remote-reservoir suspension that was engineered by the track experts at JRZ. Also featured in the R911S are "hand-selected spring and damping rates."
There will also be a R911S Carbon edition that will be offered with a set of carbon fiber parts that lighten the car and drop its center of gravity.
What's highly interesting is that Switzer's pricing for its car is lower than Porsche's MSRP for the 620hp 911 GT2 RS. While the Switzer GT2 R911S is sold for $199,900, the R911S Carbon is priced at $239,900.
In the US market, Porsche's new GT2 RS is priced at $245,000. Anyone wants the new Porsche 911 GT2 RS?