Porsche 911 GT3- All you need to know.
Are you passionate about cars? In that case, you must have unquestionably heard of the Porsche 911 GT3 sports car.
A high-performance sports car, it is a homologation model of the Porsche 911 series (If you do not know what a homologation model, it is nothing but where the vehicle is required to go for approval to get certification to race in a series).
About the car:
The GT3 model underwent many changes since 1999, the year it was first introduced.
The latest edition of the GT3 is reported to be released in 2020, about to be the first one in the 992 gen. The price is said to be around $143,000 USD which is approximately Rs. 1.06 crores!
The 4.0 litre naturally aspired engine roared to life in Flacht, Germany and performed its first laps.
A sneak-peek of this beast has been given at Porsche’s Super Bowl LIV Spot. And soon you will be able to view the magnificent car with your own eyes.
The earlier GT3 model had a 500 hp, the torque of 339 pound-feet, and the same features are expected to be seen in the new version too.
Features of the 2020 GT3
Here are some undeniable facts.
|Width (without mirrors folded)||1,978 mm|
|Drag coefficient (Cd)||0.33 cW|
|Maximum load||347 KG|
|RPM maximum power||8,250 r/min|
|Max. torque||460 Nm|
|RPM maximum torque||6,000 r/min|
|Maximum engine speed||9,000 r/min|
TECHNICAL SPECS OF THE FORMER PORSCHE 911 GT3
Aerodynamics and suspension:
If we take a look at some of the spy-shots, the new baby is anticipated to be more aerodynamic than its antecedent which had air openings with a larger surface area, air-intake grills which protect the cooling air.
With the screaming sound of an unadulterated naturally aspires engine, and GT tuning along with the rear-axle steering this car has amazing driving dynamics.
Including adjustable suspension, it has electromechanical power-assisted steering.
Equipped with a superior-revving 4.0-litre engine plus, a projected 500+ hp (368kW) and a lightweight chassis it is obvious that it is going to be one of its kind.
A 7-speed PDK is predictable.
The chassis has been reported to have undergone some restyling to suit the 992 era. The new front and rear end, 3-D taillights, and many more cool visuals are enough to make car enthusiasts go crazy.
The novel GT3 is no less than its ancestor in terms of safety too. The previous model had a 6-piston aluminium brake on the front side and four-piston alike at the rear edge.
The truck capacity is approximately 125-l and is equipped with a 64-l fuel tank.
A warranty period of 2 years without a mileage limit, a paint warranty of 3 years, and a rust warranty of 12 years and are included.
Wrapping up, the beast is said to be unleashed at some point in 2020. It is projected to be analogous to the former version yet much better in terms of performance, appearance and many more aspects. The wait is killing us nevertheless keep an eye out for more updates to come!