|Porsche 996 GT3 RS|
A side view of the car
|Model||996 GT3 RS|
|Body and chassis|
|Driver(s)|| Unnamed Owner|
|Use(s)|| Street racing|
Practice racing for compound entry
|Status||Active (assumed returned)|
|Similar Cars||Porsche Cayman|
The driver of the Porsche 996 GT3 RS held the record on the Avendida for three years in Rio de Janeiro. However, he lost ownership of the car in a race against Dominic Toretto and his 1970 Dodge Charger R/T.
The Porsche was then driven back to their hideout by Brian O'Conner, in preparation of their heist against Hernan Reyes. Although Brian favored the car as it was purely motor with no tuning issues, the car was not up to the task of drifting through hairpin turns whilst avoiding camera detection.
The Porsche may have been returned to the previous owner, who defended Dominic Toretto and his crew against Luke Hobbs and the DSS when they arrived to arrest them.