Articles about Porsche 911 GT3

Check out that swan-neck rear wing on the prototype
It’s pricey and a bit impractical, but we like it
It's hard not to love all things Porsche 911-timepieces built using recycled parts, special streetwear collections, simple smartphone wallpapers, and now this: A limited-edition model of Porsche Design's 911-inspired soundbar.This, ladies and gents, is the new
It’s a very diverse set of cars
This is the car that turned electric power from an oddball curio into a properly desirable object. By now, the Model S's achievements are basically hard-coded into every car person's psyche. We know it can out-drag supercars. We
For real drivers only
The 911 GT3 arrived in 1999. One of the first production cars to lap the 'Ring in under eight minutes (says Porsche), it got a 3.6-liter N/A six-cylinder engine that made just 360hp. By today's standards, not
And how race-car drivers are made
The Media Driving Academy is an exclusive program under Porsche Asia Pacific, aimed to teach and raise the driving skills of journalists and to allow them to experience the performance of Porsche cars through a number of driving exercises, underlining the technology
And we dig that about it
Lots of shiny stuff will grace the Frankfurt Motor Show, but few cars will please enormous driving nerds as much as this one. Meet the Porsche 911 GT3 with Touring Package. Or the GT3 Touring, for the sake of simplicity."What's
The return of the manual gearbox
So what's new about the Porsche 911 GT3? Besides the famous reintroduction of the manual gearbox? Well, you're potentially asking the wrong question. A better one would be: how does this differ from the GT3 RS? Because what we have
The manual gearbox returns
Meet the new Porsche 911 GT3. This year's Geneva Motor Show is set to yield a lot of high-performance metal, much of it more overtly glamorous than the latest minutely developed motorsport 911. Few, though, will be as focused or
A practice called benchmarking
In the automotive industry, there is a practice known as benchmarking. As the word implies, benchmarking is when a carmaker compares its product with an existing competitor.We've always known this practice exists. We've spoken to automotive engineers about the
All 785 of them
In February, Porsche recalled all 2014 911 GT3 units--numbering 785 units in all--after two examples caught fire in Europe. After thoroughly investigating the damaged vehicles, the German carmaker has revealed that the fire was caused by a loosened piston rod
Available in yellow and white
The Porsche 911 is the most iconic sports car of all time. It has been constantly developed through the years, but the basic concept has remained since its introduction in 1963.The latest 911, Type 991, has an all-new chassis, just
Faster, more powerful
Porsche is celebrating the 911\'s 50th year by coming out with an all-new model of the sportiest 911: the 911 GT3.The fifth generation of the 911 GT3 is based on the all-new 911, which is internally designated within
Could this be the death knell for manual gearboxes?
While motoring purists spout their passion for driving using an old-fashioned stick shift, Porsche is reportedly looking to ditch that in favor of its Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) dual clutch transmission for the next-generation 911 GT3.No less than Porsche 911
Making it more endurance-friendly
With over 2,200 units sold, Porsche is proud to say that its 911 GT3 Cup race car is undisputedly the top choice of customer racing teams all over the world. For the 2012 and 2013 race seasons, Porsche updated the car
What happened to good ol' German reliability?
Porsches are known to be reliable--so reliable that a recall of one of its products is a very, very rare occurrence. So when Porsche announced that it is recalling close to 2,000 units of its high performance models, you can
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