The GT3 has always been the most coveted among the beefed-up versions of any given generation of the Porsche 911, of which there are many. The current generation, the 991, didn’t really get off to a flying start, what with all the radical changes it feature and a safety recall is was involved in. But gradually the car is getting its feet grounded out there, so it’s a good time to be reminded what makes this car tick.
Porsche 991 GT3 is the distilled essence of what’s great about the 911. It is a pure sports car and therefore the best way to start getting to grips with it is on the race track. Here’s some insider insight on all that is new about the GT3:
As great as Porsche 991 GT3 is one the race track, it is still a road car and has to work in traffic and what have you. So next we have a review of the GT3 as a road car. Can you enjoy the raw performance of that flat-six engine and the precision of that PDK on public roads too, or do they become a burden?
Porsche 991 GT3 Technical Specs:
|Cylinder layout / number of cylinders
|Horizontally Opposed / 6
|12.9 : 1
|7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
|Rear wheel drive
|Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus)
|20-inch GT3 forged alloy wheels,