One can’t deny the mass appeal behind Porsche’s gorgeous two-door speedster. The same can be said for its prototype successor designed by PERFECT FINISH, which borrows cues from the 997 GT2 and is dubbed the Porsche 911 GT2. Decked out with several performance upgrades, the GT2 sports a more powerful rear-wheel drive system that pushes the luxury sports car to 580bhp—20bhp higher than the Turbo S version. While Porsche has yet to unveil any details or pricing behind the GT2, we can most likely expect deets come the 2014 North American International Auto Show.
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