Porsche 718 seems to be testing a new RS variant of the Spyder that will probably be powered by the same 4.0-liter flat-six found in the 911 GT3 and the spectacular Cayman GT4 RS. If Porsche’s engineers work hard to turn more than 500 horsepower into a lightweight spider model, then what you see may be one of the best machines in Stuttgart.
This prototype lacks the track-ready rear arrow treatment of its Cayman siblings, but as popular as the Spider’s Ducktail profile is, we want to believe it will lead to production. Under the Spider’s engine cover it packs wheels and brakes for what we expect – a naturally ambitious 4.0-liter flat-six that returns at 9,000 rpm and 911 GT3 and 493 at 493 at 502 horsepower at 8,400 rpm. Creates. GT4 RS We expect that the Spider RS Cayman will get an output matching the GT4 as both will use the same exhaust routing, which is a bit more limited than the 911.
The Cayman GT4 RS is already in production, we hope it won’t take long to hear more about its Boxstar equivalent, although Porsche lags behind the current production line, there is a chance we won’t see them in the real world. Several times.