When the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS arrives in Australia next year, it will be one of the first sports cars to have been developed specifically for Australian sportscars.
In fact, Porsche has already said that its car will only be available in Australia.
And, it’s going to have the fastest supercar in the world.
But the car’s first public test will happen next year in Sydney, Australia, on the shores of the Great Barrier Reef.
Porsche has been developing its latest supercar since 2016.
“The world is in the midst of a massive, massive transformation,” Porsche CEO Herbert Diess told a media conference in Sydney earlier this year.
“We are at the beginning of the transformation.
This is the first time that a sports car will be able to enter this arena.”
Porsche’s GT3RS, or “GTS,” is the latest model in a line of Porsche 911s that will be unveiled this year in Australia as part of the company’s sports car-focused “Sport and Excellence” programme.
Its predecessor, the 911 GT1 RS, is set to debut in Australia this week.
Its new car is designed to be a race-ready and race-focused sports car that will go head-to-head with the best Porsche cars in the series.
The GT3 will be powered by the 718-hp 716-horsepower 2.0-liter twin-turbo flat-four that is similar to the engine in the 997 Turbo, but the engine will have been redesigned for the car.
Predictably, the GT3 is set up to be extremely fast, with the top speed of 155 kilometres per hour.
That means that it will have a top speed on par with a Lamborghini Aventador GT3.
Porsche is also aiming to offer a very capable driving experience.
With the car set to go into Australia next month, the company has already started to introduce its “Porsche Driving Experience”, a series of online videos designed to help drivers learn about the new supercar.
As well as video lessons, the video will be available on the company website and on its YouTube channel.
But the driving experience is not the only feature that will help the GT, with Porsche also introducing a new and improved driver interface, which will be used to teach drivers how to manage their steering, braking and braking.
In fact the new driver interface is so advanced that the company says it will eventually integrate it into the new 911 cars.
So far, the driving interface has only been tested on the GT4, which is the companys most powerful and technologically advanced supercar, but Porsche says it plans to roll out the driver interface to the rest of its models by the end of 2019.
There is also a new way to access the car, called Porsche Autonomous Driving Mode.
That will allow the car to automatically manage and manage the car in any condition, from the most difficult and demanding conditions to the most relaxed and relaxing conditions.
It will also allow the driver to choose how much the car should be driven and when it should stop.
Driving mode will be the first to be rolled out on the new 997 and will also feature in future Porsche 997 R models.
Although the car has been designed to go head to head with the Porsche 911, it is not expected to be as competitive as the supercar it will replace.
Even so, Porsche expects the GT to be very fast, having already claimed that it has a top-five lap time of 2.9 seconds.
Australia will be among the first countries to have a test of the new car.