The 2017 Porsche 911 GTS packs enough power to give the 911 GT3 RS quite a fright. The GTS takes a time of 7:22 to go around the 73 turns of the Nurburgring track and this means it comes in just two seconds behind the GT3 RS.
This time was made with the 2017 Porsche 911 GTS wearing the Pirelli P-Zero No tire and these are track focused tires, but they are still street legal on the 991.2 and 991.1 Neunelfers with the 20 inch wheels.
The 2017 Porsche 911 GTS is going to arrive on the market in April and it can go around the Green Hell in 7:26, four seconds in front of the Porsche Carrera S. we are talking about the all-wheel drive version of the Coupe but the vehicle is also available as the rear-wheel drive coupe, cabriolet and it comes in all-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive trims.
The 2017 Porsche 911 GTA comes with the wide body of the Carrera 4, Sport Chrono Package, 20 inch centerlock rims and more.