Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Touring current version 1.3

Assetto-db rating
Physics info
Traction type RWD
Electronics
Real mass 1.030 kg (with driver: 1.105 kg)
Gears 5-shifter
Engine
dyno-test
192 bhp @ 6.250 rpm
254 Nm @ 5.000 rpm
7.200 rpm max.
Tyres version 5
Car info
Car version 1.3
Brand Porsche
Class touring
Power 210 hp
Torque 255 Nm
Weight 1095 kg

Revealed at the 1972 Paris Auto Show, the Carrera 2.7 RS was a special model used to homologate the 911 in Group 4 racing. Developed from the 911S, the 2.7 was more potent in almost every area. Compared to the standard Carrera, the 2.7 RS featured a larger engine, wider flares to accommodate the Fuchs alloy wheels, stiffened suspension, larger brakes and a ducktail rear spoiler. With the use of a Nikasil coating on the cylinder walls, the 2.4 unit could be bored out to a capacity of 2687 cc, but the standard valve train was retained. At the time, this became the largest engine available on a Porsche and was good for 210bhp at 6300rpm. And with a taller 4th and 5th gear, the top speed was increased to 152mph. Initial production for the 2.7 was only 500 cars and it sold out almost immediately. Three versions were available, including a lightweight Sports trim, Race Trim or more opulent Touring trim for the road. The lightweight version was substantially lighter with thin-gauge body panels, lighter windows and a stripped out interior. Production began in April of 1972 and finished in July of the same year with 1580 total cars. Around 1300 of these were the standard Touring model.

v1.3:
- new driver animation
- physics update
- V5 tyre model

Available skins

Signal Orange

Car bundled

Viper Green

Car bundled

Beige Grey

Car bundled

Black Red

Car bundled

Blue White

Car bundled

Coffee

Car bundled

Default

Car bundled

Glacier Blue

Car bundled

Grand Prix White Blue

Car bundled

Grand Prix White Green

Car bundled

Grand Prix White Red

Car bundled

India Red

Car bundled

Light Yellow

Car bundled

assetto-db.com - Assetto Corsa Database

Cookies policy