We consider the 2024 Porsche Spyder RS to be one of the best roadsters in the 718 Series due to its incredible performance and appearance. Front and rear views give the impression of a supercar. This car can be used for a walk or collection. We’d love to see “Spyder” improved. We are looking forward to the 2024 Porsche Spyder RS. If Porsche plans to produce it. We are interested in the design of the car.
2024 Porsche Spyder RS Redesign
The outside of the 2024 Porsche Spyder RS must be spectacular. It looks just like any other Porsche supercar with its typical design. The rear looks like a Lamborghini but with a slightly different design. Porsche was forced to put in everything, including the smallest details, like a muscular and sleek body. This car was a cabriolet, even though it had a roof. We believe this is our best chance at the moment.
What else should you expect from a Porsche Spyder RS? If properly made, we believe Porsche won’t disappoint. Materials used, especially the seats in a sports model must be high quality. The cockpit pads are equipped with complex controls that ensure the car runs smoothly. Air conditioning, infotainment, and other comforts are important.
The 2024 Porsche Spyder RS can’t perform worse than the 2022 Porsche 718 Spyder. We wished Porsche had made it even better. We expect the Spyder RS, using this engine to produce over 414 horsepower at 7,600 rpm. This is enough to surpass the performance of the 718 Spyder 2022.
Connectivity and Infotainment
This vehicle’s entertainment system and connectivity must be high-quality and comprehensive. Even though we do not believe that this vehicle needs entertainment, it is still a good idea to have one. You must be sure that you have an infotainment system with a standard size and all the usual functions in a car of this kind. This is not something we have high expectations for.
We’re lost for words when it comes to features. Porsche will provide the best features in this area. We can only wish that they will offer the most advanced and up-to-date features available today. The 2024 Porsche Spyder RS should perform better, and be more attractive.
The 718 Spyder RS shares the same powertrain as the 718 Cayman GT4 RS Coupe. The four-liter, six-cylinder engine can rev up to 9,000 rpm to generate 493 hp. It also produces 331 lb. ft. The six-cylinder engine, paired with a seven-speed PDK short-ratio transmission, propels the roadster to 60 mph from 0-60 mph within 3.2 seconds. The 718 Spyder RS is 79 hp more powerful than the 414 hp version of the 718 Spyder, without the RS designation. It also accelerates to 60 mph 0.5 seconds faster, with a maximum track speed of 191 mph.
The new 718 Spyder RS, like every other modern RS model, is only available with the seven-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK). The steering wheel-mounted gearshift paddles allow drivers to shift manually while keeping their hands on the wheel. The driver can also shift gears using the ergonomically-designed selector lever in the center console. The Spyder RS is 59 pounds lighter than the Porsche 718 Spyder 2023 with the optional PDK.
The new Porsche 718 Spyder RS has a front that is nearly identical to that of the 718 Cayman GT4 RS. The front lid standard is made from CFRP with a large air outlet above the bumper to channel airflow. The NACA ducts improve brake cooling while not affecting the drag coefficient. The sideblades at the outer end of the bumper increase downforce.
Meanwhile, the front spoiler is a little shorter than the 718 Cayman GT4 RS which has a large rear wing. The 718 Spyder RS has a distinctive ducktail spoiler instead of a wing. It is larger and reshaped compared with the 718 Spyder. All aerodynamic components have been carefully coordinated. They contribute to the high level of driving stability and maintain the aerodynamic balance of the car.
Lightweight Soft-Top Design
The 718 Spyder RS is equipped with a lightweight, manually operated soft top. The soft top is made up of two pieces: a sun shield, and weather protection. Both parts are removable and can easily be stored in the car. The lightweight Spyder single-layer soft-top is designed to be used alone with the sun shield, shading both the driver and the passenger. The passenger compartment is largely left open on the sides and behind passengers.
This top, when combined with the weather shield, provides a protective barrier against rain even when the side windows have been raised. The top is slightly heavier than 40 pounds. The special design saves more than 16 pounds. Comparing the 718 Spyder, this special design saves more than 16 lbs. Comparing the 718 Boxster.
The 718 Spyder RS chassis is a combination between the 718 Cayman GT4 RS and the 718 Spyder. The car comes with Porsche Active Suspension Management with sports calibration and is 30 millimeters lower. The Porsche Torque Vectoring system (PTV), which includes a mechanical limited-slip differential at the rear, ball joint suspension bearings, and 20-inch alloy wheels is also included. The chassis has sharp steering precision and neutral, agile handling. Ride height, toe, and camber bars, as well as anti-roll bars, are all adjustable.
The spring and damper rates were reduced compared to the 718 Cayman GT4 RS to achieve a more comfortable, convertible-style setup. Customers can specify a front-axle lift system, just like the 718 Cayman GT4 RS. It raises the front by 1.1 inches while driving at speeds up to 37 mph, just like the 718 Cayman GT4 RS.
The interior of the car is also characterized by sporty features, with only functional and ergonomic elements. The yellow 12-o-clock marking is featured on the Race-Tex-covered GT Sport steering wheels. Full Bucket Seats are available in carbon-weaved CFRP and provide a high level of lateral support. The black leather seat covers feature a perforated Race-Tex center with a contrasting color on a black backdrop. Arctic Grey and Carmine Red are contrasting colors.
On the headrests, a ‘Spyder’ RS logo is embroidered in the respective contrast color. Leather covers the dashboard and trims. The exterior paint colors available include four standard colors and three metallics including the new Vanadium Grey Metallic, as well as special colors Arctic Grey and Shark Blue.
Weissach Package Optional
Spyder RS is also offered with an optional Weissach package. This sporty package can be combined with optional lightweight forged magnesium rims. The tailpipes for the sports exhaust are titanium when equipped with this package. The design of the tailpipes was inspired by that of the limited edition 935 from 2018.
Other exterior highlights include a carbon fiber hood exposed, combustion air scoops in carbon fiber on the side, and a Gurney flap made of carbon fiber on the rear spoiler. The upper portion of the dashboard is covered in Race-Tex. The headrests of the seats are embroidered with “Weissach”, and the top cloth is embossed with a Weissach symbol.
Porsche Design has created a unique handcrafted chronograph exclusively for buyers of the Porsche 718 Spyder RS. It is made in Solothurn by the Porsche watchmaking facility. The case and dial are made from carbon fiber, while the strap is made out of vehicle leather. The rotor at the back reflects each wheel on the 718 Spyder RS.
2024 Porsche Spyder RS Release Date and Price
The MSRP for the new Porsche 718 Spyder RS 2024 is $160,700, excluding $1650 for delivery, handling, and processing. The arrival at U.S. dealerships is anticipated in spring 2024. The Porsche 718 Spyder RS will celebrate its public premiere in June at the festivities marking 75 years of Porsche sports cars in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen. It will then make an appearance in England at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.