Porsche has unveiled the long-awaited 911 GT3 in the newly opened Geneva motor show, where the German brand has put the long teeth to all their fans with the new version of the GT3.
A marvel of automotive engineering that has a motor Boxter four-liter and that offers its driver 500 HP of power under the right foot.
The sporty German has a top speed of 318 km/h with an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in only 3.4 seconds.
Thanks to the comprehensive changes made in its steering system, the aerodynamic and more lightweight design, with just a 1.430 kg of weight, the team of Porsche managed to increase effectively the improvement in their performance.
The new 911 equipped with series a transmission of dual-clutch seven-speed (PDK), but after the success of the 911 rs and the Porsche Cayman GT4, the German firm has decided to offer buyers of the new Porsche 911 GT3 a gearbox six-speed manual, which although low slightly the response from 0 to 100 km/h, reaches 320 km/h of top speed.
Not only the improvements in the redesigned chassis with steering rear axle are remarkable but the 911 GT3 features supports dynamic and a locking rear differential, as well as a new rear diffuser and a spectacular spoiler made of carbon fiber, as are the only two seats with the sporty German, which eliminates the two small back seats as is usual in the GT3.
the interior of The new 911 GT3
In the interior of the new GT3, we find the steering wheel of new design and a central console with digital display where Porsche installed its system of information and entertainment that also offer the usual connectivity including the App Track Accuracy. This App sends you to our Smartphone data telemetry registered that you have previously recorded.
The new model of Porsche, presented in the swiss city, wants to offer the driver the best of two worlds, a unique driving experience on the road and great efficiency in the circuit. A spectacular vehicle that is already available for booking at dealerships, although the first deliveries will be made to wait until may, at a price of little more than 175,000 Euro.