Great experience in the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Staff was very friendly!Read Full Review
2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Porsche enthusiasts are as passionate as any supercar aficionados. It doesn't take long to understand why when you're driving a Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
Like all Porsches, the 911 GT3 RS combines quick, precise steering with the carmaker's stellar history of controlled performance. If you're driving a Porsche, its personality shines the more challenges you provide for it. If you accelerate with gusto or turn hard into a corner, the GT3 is at its best. It almost demands whatever aggressive driving has to offer.
The Porsche GT3 RS is equipped with a 3.6-liter engine producing 475 horsepower. It achieves the 0-60 mph threshold in an impressive 3.3 seconds and the standing quarter-mile in 12.4 seconds. It's rear-wheel drive and has a top speed of 196 mph.
There are constants throughout the Porsche lineup. Most notably for any driver is the connection to the vehicle. You can experience what it must be like for pro a driver, and the 911 GT3 RS is no exception. It's a proud sports car and it wants to be driven like a sports car, from the pleasing exhaust notes to handling and acceleration to maneuverability.
Experiencing the precision, signature braking, shifting, and cornering of driving a Porsche is ideally suited for closed circuit driving. But the comfort and adaptability of the brand help define what makes Porsches so popular as supercar or daily drivers.
Its dual-personality is perhaps the best characteristic you can experience in a Porsche. Drive to a restaurant, advance along the Las Vegas Strip or let loose into the Nevada desert. The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is the way to go.
Good selection if exotic cars at this place. Not just your average Ferrari and Porsche rental joint.Read Full Review
I had reviewed the website and their vehicles prior to my visit and needless to say was not disappointed. The staff was wonderful to deal with and just a great bunch of guys. Met the mechanic, detailer and most of the crew at the front. I ended up renting three vehicles- the Acura NSX, 911 GT3RS and the Mclaren 720S. Took the cars to Red Rock/Hoover Dam, Valley of fire and the lodge at Charleston. If you go to Charleston, make sure you go to the ski resort side (Lee Mountain) as the drive is spectacular and not as congested as the other routes. If you go early in the morning you will miss most of the traffic. I will certainly be back as my wife was upset she didn't come along. After coming to Vegas for over 25 years, this was the first time I ever rented a vehicle to venture outside the strip and boy was it worth it!Read Full Review