2021 Porsche 911 GT3 Specs, Release Date Rumours, & Review – Porsche isn’t even completed new variations of the existing 991-generation 911 but the automaker is presently strong into the development of new versions for the car’s successor, the 992.
2021 Porsche 911 GT3 Review
We know this most recent prototype is for the GT3 because of unique factors like the dual exhaust ideas attached at the center of the rear fascia, plus the Middle-lock wheels and huge carbon-earthenware brake rotors. The prototype also features the 992 generation’s alluring wide body.
We can easily also observe that the front fascia sports larger intakes to all those on the entry-level Carrera. And at the rear is an outsized rear wing which should feature a much more processed design on later prototypes. The existing GT3 helps make do with a 4.0-liter flat-6 that delivers 500 horsepower and 339 pound-feet of torque and willingly revs to a heady 9,000-rpm redline, and we expect a related set-up to have over to the new model. While there were rumors that Porsche may change to turbocharged power to boost the performance of the track-focused 911 variant, the video over showing a prototype testing at the Nürburgring shows a by natural means aspirated engine will always be.
The sole transmission ought to be a 7-speed dual-clutch unit, however, Porsche may appease manual fans by producing a put transfer available at some point in anything like the current GT3’s available Touring option, which features a six-speed manual. Also available at some point will probably be a new GT3 Cup racing variant and far more hardcore GT3 RS. The GT3 should make a look in early on 2020 just before turning up in showrooms later on that year as a 2021 model.