Available exclusively with a six-speed manual transmission, that’s right, there’s no PDK dual clutch unit offered here, the 911 GT3 RS 4.0 will sprint from 0-60 mph in only 3.8 seconds, and with its gearing designed for the race circuit it reaches the 124 mph mark in under 12 seconds. Unique elements include the small canards along its front fascia, a full roll-cage, a large GT style rear wing, and lightweight carbon fiber used for the hood, trunk panels and fenders. This all means that the two-seater’s ready-for-action weight is just 2,998 pounds with a full fuel tank, resulting in a power-to-weight ratio of 5.99 pounds per horsepower.First sales are scheduled to start late in the year, with pricing set at $185,000 (excluding destination). Though this price may seem steep, considering that this is likely to be the last variation of the current 997-generation car before the whole 911 range is replaced with the upcoming ‘991’ 2012 Porsche 911, we think the asking price is completely reasonable for such an extreme beast. And, interested buyers better be quick as only 600 cars are planned for production.