Porsche has officially revealed the new-generation 911 GT3 high-performance coupe, the first GT model based on the new-generation 911, part of the 992 range. The car now comes with a wider body, larger wheels, and additional technical features, but remains on a par with its predecessor in terms of weight, with the scale raised to a maximum of 1,435 kg. This is courtesy of CFRP’s lightweight components, lightweight glass windows, lightweight alloy wheels, and the sports exhaust system. It is the seventh-generation 911 GT3 and the Stuttgart-based luxury sports car manufacturer developed the car in close cooperation with Porsche Motorsport.
Porsche 911 GT3 speed and engine
The company designed the new Porsche 911 GT3 using its patented racing technology such as the double-wishbone front axle design, an aerodynamic rear spoiler, and an impressive diffuser that originated from the successful Porsche 911 RS R GT race car. The car is powered by the same 4.0-liter six-cylinder boxer engine that is based on the 911 GT3 R engine, which is tuned to produce around 503 hp. The engine comes mated to a tried-and-tested six-speed manual transmission or Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) automatic transmission, which the company claims is now faster than the previous 911 GT3, and the new Porsche 911 GT3 can accelerate from 0- 100 km on The clock is at 3.4 seconds, before the maximum speed reaches 318 kilometers per hour.
Porsche 911 GT3 features
Visually we see a carbon fiber hardtop, carbon exterior mirror caps, dark LED headlights, and matching taillights. Porsche also offers the option of having wheels painted in Shark Red or Shark Blue, enhancing the appearance of the black alloy wheels.
The cabin receives an all-black sporty treatment, which is highlighted with a new tracking screen. You can reduce the digital displays on the left and right of the cycle counter to the basic information needed to drive in the lane, such as tire pressure, temperature, and fuel level. It also includes an optical shift assistant with colored bars to the left and right of the bike counter and a motorsport-inspired shift light. Of course, the car still has the distinctive Porsche watch, which is powered by a single winding rotor reminiscent of the wheels of the Porsche 911 GT3. The color dial ring can be customized with the owner’s car exterior paint.