911 GT3 RS vs Mclaren 570S
Both Porsche and Mclaren have loyal fan bases and are loved by racing enthusiasts throughout the world. With price tags of $ 187,500 and $188,600 respectively, these two beasts match each other specs to specs. While the Porsche has the faster acceleration, Mclaren was the quickest to complete the quarter mile. The British car has higher engine power and torque, but both of them are absolute joy to drive in the racing track.
The fuel economy of both the cars are also similar. Hence choosing one of these cars over the other will ultimately boil down to your personal preference.
911 GT3 RS vs Acura NSX Coupe
With a price tag of $ 159,500, the Japanese built Acura NSX Coup is almost $ 30,000 cheaper than its German counterpart. Acura has a higher engine power and torque, but still it was slower than the Porsche in both 0-60 mph and quarter mile timing.
The 991.2 also easily beat the Acura NSX Coup in the braking test. However, Acura NSX Coup was far more fuel efficient than the Porsche.
911 GT3 RS vs Nissan GT-R Nismo
The only race track specific car along with the 991.2, the Nissan GT-R Nismo is an absolute beast. It has a much more powerful engine and delivers considerable amount of more torque torque, at a price of $175,540. The Porsche however shows its raw power by beating the Japanese counterpart in the acceleration test. However, the Nismo was a tad bit quicker in the quarter mile test.
When it comes to braking capacity, the 991.2 was again quicker. It's also very hard to differentiate between the cars based on fuel efficiency. But then again, no one buys a 911 GT3 RS or GT-R Nismo because of their fuel efficiency.