Porsche 911 GT2 RS is like a pornographic hardcore version of the Porsche 911. It is the most one can get from the 911 line of cars and be warned that the GT2 is as close to a widow maker as it gets. It is mad. 620hp, 516 lb-ft of torque, 62 mph in 3,5 seconds and a top speed of 205 mph. The only thing more impressive than that is the ferocious nature of the power delivery and the sheer drama surrounding the car. So, this may well be the best German engineering ever gave us. However, do you think that an original BMW M3 E30 with a bit of custom work can be better and madder than the GT2 RS!? We think it can.
Ok, it is hard to be faster than the Porsche 911 GT2 RS, but it can be more insane for sure. One owner decided to swap its original 2.5-liter engine from the M3 for a mighty BMW S85 five-liter V10 found in the BMW M5 E60. Naturally aspirated engine had 500 hp and the sound of gods. It continued to use it all for the original M3 E30 in this incarnation. The most important thing about it all is that the V10 still sounds fascinatingly awesome and insanely appealing. However, despite being larger than the engine in the GT2 RS, the M3 V10 still lacks the refinement of the Porsche machine. This basically means that the Beemer is a bit outgunned here. Sure, the engine received a bit massage now developing even more than 550hp. It is still less than the turbocharged six-cylinder in the GT2 RS.
Nevertheless, the drag race is definitely worth watching. Both, the M3 V10 and the GT2 RS have some astonishing features to show off and please bath yourselves in the sounds of gods.