Although connoisseurs will appreciate the upcoming 991 Turbo, hardcore fans of the 911 series with a taste for track days and of course, the Nürburgring circuit, will no doubt turn their attention towards the next GT3, which our spies snapped virtually undisguised while roaming on public streets in Germany.
The most track-biased model of the 991 series yet can be identified by the double-edge rear wing, its wider rear hips, a more pronounced front bumper with larger air intakes and a front splitter, the different side skirts, central exhaust pipes and bigger wheels.
The new GT3 is expected to be notably lighter than the last model while its flat-six engine will be tuned to deliver close to 500-horses.
At this stage, it is unclear whether Porsche will replace the previous model's 6-speed manual gearbox with a seven-speed stick shift or as some reports have suggested, a seven-speed dual-clutch PDK automatic transmission. Either way, the next GT3 will be a rear-wheel drive only model.
We could see the production version of the 991 GT3 as early as this September at the Paris Motor Show.