the Netherlands is known in the region because part of their territory is below the level of the sea, and this makes it possible for your geography this full of channels. More specifically, its capital, Amsterdam, is one of the european cities most visited and is famous for its waterways. This resource, which so much likes to tourists, on this occasion it will be a bad news since a Porsche 911 GT3 RS has ended up in its waters.
Has gone on Porsche Centrum Amsterdam, a property that is walking distance from a canal, and that after a human error has led to this image that is going viral. Apparently this 911 GT3 RS was receiving the decoration of Gulf before it can be delivered and the mechanic made a mistake when you park. To not have a wall or anything that frenase, this sporty valued at almost 250,000 euros, ended up falling to the water.
The positive part of the accident is that only hit the front and the rest of the vehicle remained virtually intact. Apparently the powerful engine boxer six-cylinder and 4.0-liter is one of the things that it will not require repair. Hans Van der Valk, owner of Porsche Centrum Amsterdam, regretted this incident, but he was calm and he stated that these are things that can happen.
“When there are people, mistakes are made,” said the manager. He added that “the vehicle was pulled out of the water at the moment and at a glance it seems that has few damage“. Let’s hope that this indeed is an anecdote, and that this beautiful Porsche 911 GT3 RS re-roll. Thanks to their 500 HP and 460 Nm of torque, is capable of doing the 0-100 km/h in 3,3 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 310 km/h.
Source – Autovisie / Photos By: Van Veldhuijzen