To continue the year-long celebration of RS 2.7’s 50th anniversary, Porsche is launching the 911 GT3 RS Tribute to Carrera RS Package. The US market exclusive package includes custom graphics on the new track-sharpened coupe, car cover, custom watch and NFT. This option brings the vehicle’s price to $314,000, which is a hefty premium over the new GT3 RS’ base cost of $223,800.
The Tribute to Carrera RS package starts with the new 911 GT3 RS with the Weissach Package, which is usually a $33,520 option. The exterior comes exclusively in white with Python Green accents on the underbody, mirror caps and rear bumper. The same color covers the magnesium wheels. The wingtip plate has the RS logo and the American flag.
Smaller details include the RS branded valve stem cap in Python Green. The key base is the same color, and there is a special number plate frame.
The package adds Python Green accent stitching throughout the cabin. The door tread plates have a Tribute to Carrera RS, and the console lid has the RS logo embossed.
Buyers also get a special version of the Porsche Design Chronograph 911 GT3 RS. It has a white ring on the front. The rear rotor is Python Green and echoes the magnesium wheel design. The strap has green stitching.
The custom car cover resembles the vehicle underneath, complete with green side lines, mirrors, and even a depiction of the wheels
The collection also includes two 1:43 models. One is the 1973 Carrera RS, and the other is the 2023 GT3 RS.
The Tribute to Carrera RS package also includes customers in the NFT program. They receive digital badges when attending certain race tracks and Porsche events. Plus, there are “physical vehicle graphics,” according to Porcshe, that match digital items.
When asked for more details on this, a Porsche spokesperson told Motor1.com: “For NFT, more information will be shared in due course.”
The new GT3 RS started arriving at US dealers this spring. A naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six produces 518 horsepower (386 kilowatts) at 8,500 rpm and 343 pound-feet (465 Newton-meters) at 6,300 rpm. Most recently he recorded the Nürburgring Nordschleife at 6:49,328.