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New Porsche 911 R Spy Shots Emerge

New spy photos of the upcoming Porsche 911 R have emerged as the car undergoes testing before its reveal at the Geneva Motor Show.

This R-designated 911 is being built to commemorate the legendary 911 R that was built back in 1967. The fact that Porsche is releasing the 911 R this year is no accident. The car is being released this year to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 911 R’s that were built back in 1967.

Porsche 911 R

The spy shots of the 911 R show that the car is using a large amount of GT3 body panels. However, this particular development car does not feature the GT3 rear wing, instead opting for a rear diffuser. This will likely be used as a replacement for the downforce provided by the GT3’s rear wing.

The 911 R is expected to feature the same 3.8-liter flax-six as seen in the GT3. Output will be around the 475 horsepower mark. We can also expect Porsche to offer the car with a manual transmission as opposed to the dual-clutch system used in the GT3.

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