Staff, 2023-01-25 08:17:26,
When Porsche re-introduced the exclusive 911 R in 2016, a lucky few experienced what many had desired for years: a street oriented 911 developed by the motorsport division utilizing components from the company’s top-tier GT models, but without an obtrusive rear wing typical of track-focused offerings. With the immense demand built up from the 911 R, Porsche capitalized on the opportunity to bring this idea into full series production with the 911 GT3 Touring in 2017. Based on the updated 991.2 platform, this rendition of the GT3 marked the return of a manual transmission the model and paired it with a screaming 4.0-liter flat six-cylinder engine.
Now in its second generation, built on the 992 platform, the latest 911 GT3 Touring retains the same engine as the previous iteration but gained a double-wishbone front suspension similar to the setup used in the RSR racecar. This allows the front axle to be twice as stiff as that of the first generation without compromising ride quality thanks to the improved body control. The 992 generation of the GT3 proves once again that the 911 gets better by the year with incremental development being the Stuttgart-based manufacturer’s defining ethos, coupled with the longstanding tradition of offering seemingly endless options for customization and personalization.
Delivered new to Porsche St. Louis, the 911 GT3 offered here perfectly embodies both of those principles, having been equipped from the factory with the Touring Package…
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