|911 Carrera RSR 3.0|
|478 397 551 487|
|330 bhp @ 8,000 RPM|
|215 lb·ft @ 6,300 RPM|
In 1974 the engine displacement in RSR's 2.8L Flat-Six engine was increased to 3.0L.
The "White" edition was released on January 27th, 2012 as a top-up car. It was later released to the car dealer on February 16th, 2012. The car comes with Amerikon Speedsystems tuned parts.
The "Enduro" edition was released on March 16th, 2012. It features Gromlen race-tuned performance parts, series of aftermarket parts and skill mods, and a vintage-themed livery. The car is also part of the Art Director Car Pack which can be obtained from the Web Deals section of the Need for Speed: World website. The pack also features the BMW M1 Procar "Treasure Hunter" edition.
The "Red" edition was released on June 13th, 2014 and is the In-game cash variant of the 911 Carrera RSR 3.0. Unlike the "White" SpeedBoost variant, it doesn't feature any body vinyls. The car is completely stock and does not feature any pre-equipped parts.
In Pursuit Outrun and Team Escape, the Carrera RSR will perform decently, being able to squeeze through gaps in roadblocks, but can lose a good amount of speed as the car is light weight if a collision occurs. It avoid avoid Rhino collisions easily with its good handling, but will completely be stop it. It can regain speed fairly quickly due to its good acceleration.
|Stock||Stock||Stock||RS-GT 17"||Red||Smoke Blackout||Stage 3||JETBL4CK|
|14 %||14 %||19 %||19 %||9 %|
|This car does not feature any Bodykits.|
|This car does not feature any Spoilers.|
|This car does not feature any Hoods.|
|911 Carrera RSR 3.0 • 911 Carrera S • 911 GT2 (996) • 911 GT2 (997) • 911 GT3 RS (997 MK2) • 911 GT3 RS 4.0 • 911 Turbo • 914-6 GT • 959 • Boxster Spyder • Carrera GT • Cayman S • Panamera Turbo|