Super stage performance at the Geneva Motor Show: after the Lamborghini Performante, which Huracan pulverized the record for road cars on the Northern circuit of Nurburgring, Porsche's cousins (both companies are part of the Volkswagen Group), here comes the new 911 GT3 car that offers performance comparable to those used in Motorsport, making it the most radical among the 911 currently in production.
The heart of this latest evolution of the 'icon' Porsche is a boxer engine 4.0 naturally aspirated 500 HP, virtually unchanged from that of the 911 GT3 Cup race racing car.
The redesigned chassis with rear axle steering and strictly lightweight structure are designed to convert the engine power in driving dynamics. Developed on the same test circuit and on the same production line of race cars, Porsche Motorsport technology is expressed with the novelty unveiled in Geneva with a 100% sports car but usable on the road.
The 911 GT3 is also available with six-speed manual transmission to make the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 320 km/h. The frame of the new 911 GT3 racing experience Porsche gained exploits and was developed to achieve better driving dynamics. The new car two seats is lowered by approximately 25 mm than the 911 Carrera S.