Porsche 911 GT2 RS (Type 997 MK2). Photo by Dylan King.
Porsche Carrera GT (Type 980) in Paris, France. Photo by Léonard Boncenne.
Nakai’s “Royal Montegobay” RAUH-Welt Porsche 911 (Type 993). Photo by Sean Klingelhoefer.
Five generations apart. The new type 991 Porsche vs. 911 G-Series. Photo by Marc Urbano via Classic Driver (click for more photos).
Guards Red Porsche Carrera GT (Type 980). Photo by Gideon Gillard.
Project dp911 RS 2011 Lightweight by DP Motorsports. The tires measure 345/35-15 at the rear and 225/50-15 in front.
Project dp911 RS 2011 Lightweight. The German tuner DP Motorsports took some extreme measures in transforming a 1973 Porsche 911 into this lightweight widebody model with an RSR-inspired look. Without fuel, it tips the scales at just 870 kg (1918 pounds) thanks to the exterior body panels all being made of carbon fiber. The interior has also been stripped down to reduce the weight and a rollcage has been installed. The engine is a 3.6-liter flat-6 that generates 310 hp (228 kW). A press release and more photos are availabe at Autoblog.
Porsche 911 Turbo (Type 997 MK1). Photo by Keno Zache.