Porsche is a fiercely competitive company, and there have been too many 911 performance variants and offshoots to mention.

Each one seems to be aimed at hitting a certain target and competing with a particular vehicle.

The 911 GT2 RS is one of such variants – most likely aimed at toppling the Nissan GT-R’s performance claims around the Nurburging. Porsche is intent on maintaining its status as the fastest around that track.

The GT2 was introduced back in May covered by fellow writer James, who declared it the “baddest Porsche EVER.” Porsche says so too, as it is the highest-performance Porsche road car ever.

With these figures it isn’t hard to see why: packing 620 horsepower the 911 GT2 powers to 62 miles per hour in just 3.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of 205 mph.

The title of Porsche’s fastest doesn’t come cheap – $245,000, but in typical Porsche fashion all 500 examples are already spoken for.

It isn’t clear when ordering started exactly, but it appears to be at the beginning of this month. After its internet debut in May, the car got a presentation at the Moscow Auto Show in August.

Gone so fast, what a bummer – we had $245,000 laying around and were just about to order ours….