Porsche announce hybrid 911 GT2 RS with over 700hp…
Porsche has announced that the latest edition of the GT2 RS will be unveiled in 2026.
Only this time, it will be a mild hybrid, and will be the most powerful version in the 911 history books.
The tech developed for the vehicle has been used initially for the 919 and 963 LMDh Le Mans racers and boasts a 3.8l twin turbo flat six with a mild hybrid powertrain. It’s also likely to feature a gearbox-mounted electric motor and a lithium battery pack behind the seats.
Paired with a newly-designed turbocharger, the new 911 GT2 RS is expected to produce a whopping 750hp with a 0-62mph time of 2.8 seconds.
It’s not the first time that the German manufacturer has delved into hybrid technologies – the 918 Spyder, Panamera 4s and Cayenne are all staple e-hybrid models.
However, the GT2 RS will be the first mild hybrid that Porsche have made.
The anticipated flagship is expected to arrive in 2026 with a price tag of just over £250,000.