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The new 911 GT3

Porsche 911 GT3
The new 911 GT3
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911 GT3 Concept


Many have still never heard of it. Some believe it’s all just a myth. For the true fan, though, behind the idyllic green hills of the Swabian region in Germany the promised land does exist: Flacht. The home of Porsche Motorsport. Our home. The place in which the Porsche heart beats the fastest. Where the transfer from motorsport into series production is routine daily practice. Where the proving ground is our playground. And precision is our greatest passion.

Here, in Flacht, is where the new 911 GT3 turned its first laps. Here is where the mighty sound of its 4.0-liter horizontally opposed and naturally aspirated engine roared for the first time. Here is where the chassis was tuned over the course of countless test kilometer with the meticulous scrutiny only otherwise afforded to the Porsche 919 Hybrid for Le Mans.

Our engineers invested all their racing experience into it, tweaking and honing into the night. Afterwards, they would all say: “It couldn’t get any better.” Only to ask themselves the next morning: “Could we not make it even better?” A hundredth of a second faster, a percentage point more agile, a gram lighter?

Then – and only then – could we award the highest distinction there is at Porsche:
Born in Flacht.

Porsche 911 GT3


Porsche 911 GT3


The engine of the new 911 GT3 is not meant as a friendly Swabian gesture, but as a throwing down of the gauntlet. To everyday life. To physics. But, above all, to all the other drivers on the racetracks of this world.

Brief for the new engine: naturally aspirated engine from motorsport, low down in the rear, six cylinders, horizontally opposed pistons. A full four liters of displacement. And high performance potential with unadulterated sound.

The new drive unit was developed – where else? – in Flacht. Particularly robust and powerful, it is based on the engine fitted in the 911 GT3 Cup.

The oil supply principle, which uses a separate engine oil tank, and the concept of four valves per cylinder with cam followers and rigid valve train have also been derived directly from motorsport.


From its impressive capacity of 3,996 cm³, the engine draws a maximum power output of 368 kW (500 hp). With Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK), fitted as standard, the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h takes just 3.4 seconds and top track speed is 318 km/h. With the optional 6-speed GT sports manual transmission*, the time is 3.9 seconds. Top speed? Not reached until 320 km/h.

At Porsche, natural aspiration also means a high-revving concept. The needle in the 911 GT3 doesn’t hit red until 9,000 rpm. Maximum torque is 460 Nm – some 20 Nm more than is offered by the predecessor model. It is available at 6,000 rpm, while maximum power output is achieved at 8,250 rpm.

As far as the efficiency of the engine – and its power output – is concerned, direct fuel injection (DFI) makes a decisive contribution. It does so with millisecond precision and a pressure of up to 200 bar. For optimum mixture formation and combustion in the combustion chamber. And, relative to the engine’s high power output, it helps to achieve favourable fuel consumption and comparatively low CO2 emissions.

Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche 911 GT3

Porsche Car Connect

Porsche 911 GT3

Acceleration is key for us.
It's also key in the digital age.

The world is turning faster and faster. It’s good if you can keep up. And even better, if you can stay one step ahead. Our solution: e-mobility. An overall concept that combines a pioneering drive system, practical charging options, intelligent mobile online services, and efficient performance.

E-Mobility Services are part of PorscheCar Connect (PCC). They enable you to call up all the important information about your 911 GT3 S E-Hybrid remotely via a smartphone app. Using Remote Services, you can find out statistical data on your vehicle, such as the distance driven, average speed, or fuel consumption on the last trip. In addition, you can view information on the remaining charging time, battery charge status, or a visual depiction of the electric range. You can also set the charge timer with customizable charging times, while Carfinder shows you the shortest route back to your Porsche from your current location.

Another particularly practical function: Porsche Car Connect (PCC) allows you to check the status of your alarm system or make a breakdown call at any time from virtually any location. Using a compatible smartphone, you can control the charging process, along with other functions, such as the optional auxiliary climate control, which allows you to heat or cool the interior in advance of any Journey.

Of course, the future will come whatever happens. However, we intend to meet it along the way.


Technical Specs

  911 GT3 Manual 911 GT3 PDK
Porsche 911 GT3 Engine

Engine Displacement
4.0 liters 4.0 liters
Porsche 911 GT3 HP

Horse Power
500 hp at 8250 rpm 500 hp at 8250 rpm
Porsche 911 GT3 Fuel Consumption

Fuel Consumption
TBD mpg TBD mpg
Porsche 911 GT3 0 to 60 mph

Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph
3.8 sec 3.2 sec
Porsche 911 GT3 Top track speed

Top track speed
198 mph 197 mph


Porsche 911 GT3 Exterior Design

Exterior design

Many people dedicate themselves to moving forward, but few leave their mark. Many are full of enthusiasm, but few inspire it in others. How do you recognize the few? Sometimes at first glance.

The prowess of the Cayenne SUV is clearly reflected in the design: the front and rear sections have been completely revised. They are now sharper and even more sophisticated. The new hood, new front quarter panel, new headlights, and modified air intakes lend the car even greater presence. It is more athletic, and muscular than ever before.

The precisely contoured sides make it clear that this is a sports car with character and stature. The new exterior mirrors with integrated indicators and wheels in a range of sizes up to 21 inches-with new attractive styling- serve to emphasize the car’s dynamics. An impression that is confirmed by a number of other new details, including daytime running lights featuring four LED spotlights fitted as standard, as well as new LED taillights and integrated tailpipes.

Every detail has been used to highlight what matters most to you: the sporting credibility that only a Porsche can offer. That is our design DNA. The result is clear: distinctive appeal. The Cayenne gives the term enthusiasm a face.

Porsche 911 GT3 Exterior Design

Interior design

When you take the wheel of a Porsche, you are not Must a driver. You are part of something bigger. Part of an overall concept. An idea. One that has its roots in auto racing. This is where we learned how important it is to bring the car and driver together as closely as possible. That’s why the interior of the Cayenne SUV is virtually built around you. Everything you need is within easy reach. Practical and exclusively designed to suit your needs.

A typical sports car feature, the rising center console reduces the distance between the steering wheel and the most important vehicle controls. The new multifunction sports steering wheel also speaks the language of motorsports.

Derived from the 918 Spyder, it is a harmonious blend of high-level ergonomics and pioneering styling. However, the Cayenne concept goes beyond pure sports performance. It also offers comfort, variability, and style.Every individual detail serves to enhance the overall impression. This is our proven design concept.