The version of Switzer was pumped up to output 911 horsepower or about 291 hp better than what the recently unveiled GT2 RS can give out. The 911 figure is not a coincidence but a good iteration of the Porsche 911.
Everything about the Switzer R911S kicks off from the P800 GT2 kit of the Ohio based tuning firm, and everything else moves forward from there. Engineers say that they were able to tap into the 911 hp potential of the car because of their massive in-house intercoolers and they also mentioned about racing fuel.
The suspension of the vehicle was also reworked using titanium front strut and a suspension reservoir from JRZ. The springs are also hand selected.
A carbon fiber edition of the car will also be released which will trim down some pounds off the car and give it a lower center of gravity.
Switzer has a lower tag price compared to the sticker of the 911 GT2 RS that has 620 horsepower. Their version will sell for $199,900 while the carbon edition can be yours for $239,900.
The GT2 RS of Porsche will sell in the US for $245,000.