That's a Porsche 911 GT3 RS from 2003. Just like any modern-day GT3 RS, expect it to be fast, extreme and light. You might dislike the 996 for obvious reasons like the design, or the water-cooled engine, but we think you will fall in love with the 996 GT3 RS, a car that defined Porsche's contemporary track-oriented lineage. This car has all the elements that you'll find on current generations, such as a massive wing, roll-cage, carbon-fibre parts, bucket seats, six-point harnesses, no back seats and racing stripes!The story of track-focused 911s did not start with this car but it definitely helped defined the foundations of future 911 RS's. The first 911 RS was the legendary 2.7 RS from 1973. Since then, every iterations of the 911 have received the famous RS treatment. So, what changed with the 996? First of all, for the first time, a larger public could buy a car that was specced like a race car. Indeed, prior to that, Porsche produced extreme cars like 993 GT2, however only with 57 where ever built. With the 996, Porsche produced 682 of them. Still a very limited number by today's standards, making it one of the rarest RS's ever.