Porsche has Now Released The 911 GT3

Porsche has now released the 911 GT3, which has been developed in close collaboration with Porsche Motorsport.

Porsche has now released the Porsche 911 GT3, the seventh version of the high-performance model and has been developed in close collaboration with Porsche Motorsport.

It has a six-cylinder boxer engine of four liters, 510 horsepower (375) kW and is based on the driveline in the 911 GT3 R, tried and tested in long-distance racing. The engine is also used in practice unchanged in the new 911 GT3 Cup.

The 911 GT3 has a top speed of 320 km / h (318 km / h with dual clutch gearbox) and is even faster than the previous Porsche 911 GT3 RS. The model accelerates from 0-100 km / h in 3.4 seconds. In addition to the automatic gearbox, it also has a six-speed manual gearbox. Fuel consumption is 13.0 l / 100 km in mixed driving with a dual-clutch gearbox, and carbon dioxide emissions are 294 g / km. The corresponding figures for the manual gearbox are 12.9 l / 100km and 293 g / km.

According to Porsche, the model has a sophisticated aerodynamics that is a direct result of the car manufacturer’s experience in motorsport and generates significantly more downforce without affecting air resistance to any great extent.

It has a performance mode for track racing, where the manually set wing and diffuser parts, aerodynamically increase the pressure for a higher cornering speed. As an option, Michelin’s Pilot Sport Cup 2 R. Although it has a wider body, larger wheels and other technical innovations, the GT3 weighs as little as its predecessor. With a manual gearbox, the service weight is 1,493 kg, while with the dual clutch gearbox 1,510 kg. It has a carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer front hood, lightweight glass windows, optimized brake discs and forged alloy wheels to keep the weight down, including the lack of a rear seat. 10 kilos disappeared with the new sports exhaust system. There are also electrically adjustable exhaust flaps that provide a new sound experience.

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Racing is central to the new 911 GT3. One such detail is the track screen. At the touch of a button, the information on the digital screens to the left and right of the centrally located tachometer, graded at 10,000 rpm, is reduced to instead inform about tire pressure, oil pressure, oil temperature, fuel level, cooling water temperature and important information when driving. The screen also shows shift assistance and a gear indicator from motorsport.

As an option, there is a lightweight roof, made of bare carbon fiber. The car also has exterior mirrors with carbon fiber shells, dark LED-Matrix headlights, matching taillights with an arc without any red parts. Rim edges painted in Guards Red or Shark Blue, lift the black-painted alloy wheels.

There is also a chronograph that can be offered to customers. It is made of robust lightweight titanium, the same as the car’s engine. The watch is powered by individual rotors reminiscent of the wheels of the 911 GT3. The dial’s colored ring can be adapted to the car’s painting.

On the Nordslingan at the Nürburgring, the traditional landmark for all sports cars from Porsche, the 911 GT3 drove during the final work with the car’s settings, the 20.8 kilometer long lap at 6: 59.927, and the shorter lap, 20.6 km, at 6: 55.2.

The Porsche 911 GT3 can be ordered from now on and will arrive at dealers in June 2021. It costs from SEK 1,840,000 in Sweden.
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