911 GT3 models
Carpe diem, they say – seize the day. But we are Porsche. And so our motto for the new 911 GT3 models is: carpe secundum – get the most out of every second. We know that your time is precious. And every minute in the cockpit is valuable. So, we have once again intensified everything that makes a sports car: performance, tuning, aerodynamics.
Time flies. This is your time. Hop in.
Car Body Shapes
A powerful downforce is generated by the new wing attached to the top, as previously used on the 911 RSR. It is carried by two aluminium supports that are integral to the vehicle bodyshell. The so-called swan-neck connection ensures that there is a clean flow around the base of the wing, leading to significantly less loss of downforce.
911 GT3 with Touring Package
The 911 GT3 with Touring Package also sets the performance tone – but with focus primarily on the road. Thanks to ingenious aerodynamics, cornering remains impressive, even without a large rear wing.
And where do you see yourself in 3.4 seconds?
Time is precious. And in the 911 GT3 every second counts twice as much. It counts for you. Because every second you sit behind the wheel takes you further – towards the perfect racing experience. It counts for us. Because every second faster we make the car takes us further – towards the perfect sports car.
Everything you love about Porsche. But faster.
At the sporting limit, it is always about being direct. Especially on the race track, but also in terms of ergonomics in the cockpit. In this sense, the interior of the new 911 GT3 models is leading the way. It reflects on classic 911 virtues, but extends them to new technological possibilities. The principle: analogue fascination meets digital integration.
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
Closer to your dream. Quicker to your destination. The new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. In motorsport, every second is precious – especially those spent chasing your dream. The new 911 GT3 is ideal for those who dream of adrenaline on the race track – and don't even have to change the sports car for the journey home. For all who want to go that decisive step further, we have developed the new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.
4.0-litre six-cylinder high-speed naturally aspirated engine
A naturally aspirated engine, what else? With a full four litres of displacement and six cylinders. In a horizontally opposed layout. In the rear. Just as you would expect from a 911. Six individual throttle valves ensure an even more direct engine responsiveness that is easier to control. With a high-revving concept that scratches the 9,000 mark. And with a maximum torque of 470Nm which has been increased by another 10Nm compared with its predecessor. All this with a purebred sound that will blow you away in every direction.
When examining all measures taken to improve aerodynamics, the new 911 GT3 with fixed rear wing achieves approximately 60% more downforce than its predecessor. In the Performance position, which is not road-approved, it delivers more than twice as much downforce for use on the race track.
But before you start calculating now: get on the race track where you can experience the performance directly.
6-speed GT sports manual transmission
Optional in the 911 GT3 and standard in the 911 GT3 with Touring Package, it injects the pure and even more direct driving feeling back into the cockpit. With six performanceoriented gears, extremely short shift throws and exceptionally precise, short gear changes. The focus is not on every tenth of a second, but on unconditional driving pleasure and unfiltered emotions. The manual gearbox also saves another 17kg in weight.
Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB)
The optional PCCB, with brake discs that are around 50% lighter than cast-iron discs of a similar design and size, is committed to lightweight construction and motorsport. The cross-drilled ceramic brake discs have a large diameter of 410mm at the front and 390mm at the rear. Six-piston aluminium monobloc fixed brake calipers on the front axle and four-piston units at the rear ensure extremely high brake forces. In addition, the safety when braking from high speed increases due to the high fade resistance of the PCCB.
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