2013 Geneva Motor Show: Porsche reveals all-new 911 GT3
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- 03:55 pm, March 05, 2013
The latest-gen 911 GT3 makes do without a manual option.
One of Porsche’s track-honed, rear engined sports cars – the 911 GT3 has been updated for 2013 with a host of clever tech including an all-new four-wheel steer system that helps improve low-speed agility and stability at high speeds.
The latest-gen 911 GT3 is more powerful than ever with a 3.8-litre flat-six engine producing over 470 PS of power. Despite weighing slightly more than the previous generation model, the new 911 GT3 gets to 100kmph from standstill in just 3.5 seconds and onto a top speed of well over 300kmph. Part of such phenomenal acceleration can be put down to the fact that the latest gen 911 GT3 comes fitted with Porsche’s super quick twin-clutch PDK gearbox.
This latest generation model, however, is only available with the twin-clutch automatic gearbox; there is no manual gearbox on offer. With delivers scheduled to begin from November onwards, the ever raw 911 GT3 is all set to replace the current-gen model.
First Published on 03:11 pm, March 05, 2013
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