Designed to eclipse the flagship GT2 RS model, the company has focused on a Club Sport variant with carbon ceramic brakes, rollcage, racing bucket seats and fire extinguisher. Modifications comprise optimized ECU software, GT2 RS intercoolers, an Akrapovic racing exhaust system including manifolds and sport catalysts and a Sachs racing clutch. Those changes see output from the 3.6-litre unit rise from 456 kW (620 hp) and 700 Nm of torque to 500 kW (680 hp) and 880 Nm.
On the road 100 km/h to 200 km/h happens in just 5.1 seconds (series 7.8s/RS 5.9s), and 100 km/h to 300 km/h in 18 seconds – five seconds before the GT2 RS. 0 to 200 km/h takes a blistering 8.4 seconds (series 11.5s/RS 9.4s) and 0 to 300 km/h in 21.3 seconds (series 33.0s/RS 26.7s).
Other upgrades include a set of 19-inch OZ Racing Ultraleggera HLT alloy wheels wrapped in Dunlop SP Sport Maxx tyres and the rear end from the GT2 RS including LED tail-lights.
Pricing for the ECU optimization is €3,500.