Earlier this month a man in Wales took a new 911 GT2 RS for a test drive from the Porsche Centre Cardiff showroom. Approximately a mile from the dealership the driver caused a 5-car accident in this $300,000 supercar. The front of the Porsche received major damage and it’s unknown what the dealership will do with the car at this time. A witness from the accident scene said that the Porsche driver claimed that the Porches braking system was faulty.
South Wales Police have yet to determine if the claimed “faulty brakes” of the car were the actual cause of the accident.
The 911 GT2 RS has a twin-turbo 3.8L flat-six engine that produces a monster 700 horsepower. This model is also capable of an impressive top speed of 212 mph.
Could it be possible that this was too much car for the driver to handle and that the brakes were in good working condition?