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All-New 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 Breaks Cover Ahead of the Geneva Auto Salon

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What we have here is the first batch of official images of the all-new, 991-generation, Porsche 911 GT3, revealed in advance of the car's world premiere at 83rd Geneva International Auto Show in Switzerland this Tuesday.

We're still lacking official details, but from what we've heard, the new 911 GT3 will feature a high-revving normally aspirated flat six with a displacement of 3.8-liters producing around 450-horses (about 50hp more than the new 911 Carrera S) connected for the first time to Porsche's dual-clutch PDK transmission, instead of a manual gearbox (though, it could be offered as an option).

The most focused 991 model yet, sports a new exterior bodykit with a lowered front bumper featuring a lip spoiler that wraps up to the wheel arches, different mirrors and headlamps, side skirts, a bespoke rear bumper with a diffuser and central exhaust pipes, plus a rear wing and its own alloy wheels.

The interior of the GT3 is dressed in a combination of black leather and Alcantara surfaces accented with red stitching.

Stay tuned, as we'll update this post as soon as we get an official word from Porsche.

Story References: Porsche via VWvortex


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6 Comments:

William said... »March 04, 2013

I was waiting for this a long time ago!

Jephrey A said... »March 04, 2013

-gasp- it look EXACTLY the same as every other Porsche and Porsche generation! How profound!

ben nibohs said... »March 04, 2013

im loving the new 991, it actually looks like a proper supercar instead of a beetle and this version looks even cooler

Chris said... »March 04, 2013

This is beautiful, I worry about weight though.

AstonMartin said... »March 04, 2013

Delicious!

car user said... »March 04, 2013

No surprise at all. A fast car, built precisely, good quality ... but satellite navigation in a race car? The GT3 should be "naked" inside.

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