Geneva 2017: Porsche 911 GT3 commutes between everyday life and race track

911 GT3 commutes between everyday life and race track

Porsche celebrates the world premiere of the new GT3, which move between everyday life and circuit in Geneva at the International Auto Salon (-19.3.2017). . The new four-liter Boxer engine is at the heart of development. The high spinning 4.0-liter Boxer engine with 368 kW / 500 HP is almost unchanged from the GT3 Cup car.

With the standard seven-speed double clutch transmission (PDK), which is designed for use in GT, the cleaner accelerates the 1430-kilogram two-seater after standing at 3.4 seconds to 100 km/h. Its top speed is 318 km/h. For advocates of driving in its purest form, Porsche the 911 GT3 also optionally offered with a six-speed sport manual. Thus the high nine penalty sprints in 3.9 seconds from zero to 100 km/h and reaches a top speed of 320 km/h.

Compared with the 911 Carrera S, the new two-seater is around 25 mm deep. The active rear axle steering contributes to increased driving dynamics depending on against - or synchronously working speed to the front wheels. The GT sport steering wheel with a diameter of 360 mm is originally from the 918 Spyder. Driver and front passenger can choose between three types of seat, the seat trays in the rear are traditionally covered in the two-seater.**Alongside the Porsche, including online navigation module with real-time traffic information communication management (PCM) include also the connect plus module and the Porsche track precision app standard equipment. With the app, the driver has the opportunity to show, to record and analyze detailed driving data on your Smartphone.**

The Porsche 911 GT3 is available now. The market launch in Germany takes place from mid May. Prices start at 152 416 euro. (ampnet/jri)