Out of the 991 units produced, just one car has been delivered to a collector in Bengaluru.
The 911R is based on an altered version of the GT3’s chassis and sports a lot of design elements seen on the GT3 as well – including the carbon fibre front wings and bonnet, the magnesium roof, plastic side windows, bumpers and sills. The stripes in the middle give it its identity.
Inside the cockpit, the 911R features carbon racing bucket seats, a model-specified steering and gear stick.
It is powered by the same 4.0-litre, flat-six engine from the GT3 RS, making 500hp and 460Nm of torque. The most unique of all features, however, is the 6-speed manual transmission that comes with a double-declutch function. The 911R manages 0-100kph in just 3.8 seconds, hitting a top speed of 323kph.
Prices haven’t been revealed for this limited-production model, but expect it to cost a bit more than the GT3 RS.