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Illustration for article titled Porsches Bringing Two New Performance Models To Geneva... Wait, What?

Porsche has seemingly confirmed the debut of the new 911 GT3 RS for the Geneva Motor Show next month, along with the already-unveiled Cayman GT4.

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In a press release posted yesterday, Porsche says that the first new car coming to Geneva is the Cayman GT4, and that the second one is "another exceptional Porsche that sets new performance standards in its segment." Hmm... That sounds like the GT3 RS, no?

Now, we've already seen the new 911 GT3 RS numerous times, so we have a good idea of what to expect. I think I have a spare spy photo lying around somewhere. Ah, here it is:

Illustration for article titled Porsches Bringing Two New Performance Models To Geneva... Wait, What?
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[Image via Instagram user Johan9ff]

Maybe, just maybe, this could be what Porsche was referring to with the second car teaser. It would make sense, considering that we've seen the new 911 GT3 RS out and about many times now, both disguised and undisguised.

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It won't be long until we find out, either. Porsche's press conference will take place on March 3, 2015. To tide you over, here's a blurb from this most recent press release about the Cayman GT4:

With the new Cayman GT4, Porsche impressively maximized the driving dynamics of the mid-engine sports car and positions it as the new benchmark in its segment. This high-performance sports car clearly stands out from the other Cayman models: the 3.8-liter engine, which is derived from the 911 Carrera S, produces 385 hp. The completely new front end with lowered front spoiler and additional air outlet in front of the hood as well as the rear wing make it the only Cayman with downforce at both axles. The chassis, which features a 30 mm lower body position and an extra-large brake system, is set up for utmost performance with components from the 911 GT3.

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Next month can't come soon enough.

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