The prototype of the new Porsche 911 GT3 is caught in the test with a huge rear wingJuly 1, 2019
On tests, an unusual prototype of a Porsche 911 GT3 racing track oriented was noticed. The car received a lot of camouflage, as well as a hefty wing. So far, there is no information about when the next generation 911 GT3 will be presented.
Porsche is just beginning its development of the entire 911 sports coupe family, a completely new, 992th generation, as more and more derivatives of its models are beginning to appear recently. One of them will be a racetrack-oriented version of the GT3, which was recently caught by foreign “spies” in its natural habitat on the Nürburgring racetrack.
Far from a production-ready prototype, some tricky camouflage, which completely hid the body, was obtained, although at first glance the car could look almost unamouflaged.
Without a shadow of doubt, the massive wing behind attracts most of the attention to this prototype. In particular, the mounting brackets are unusually large and thick, but it can be a plastic case that serves as a disguise to hide the final look of these elements. The German coupe also has a spoiler, and the rear bumper diffuser is missing. The third brake light is not built into the wing, as is likely to be on the production model.
On the headlights, there is noticeably more camouflage, where the fake stickers mask clusters well, although we do not expect them to be different from those that can be seen on the new 911. The bumper hides its powerful air intakes under the black ribbon, and inside the seats is a safety cage.
Porsche will not electrify its GT-series cars, so the next iteration of the 911 GT3 will get the traditional engine. It is assumed that the heart of the car will be aspirated inline “six” volume of 4.0 liters.
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