The tests saw a prototype of the updated Porsche 911 GT3June 28, 2020
Journalists published photos from the tests of the updated Porsche 911 GT3 (generation 992). The prototype of the novelty was seen on the Nurburgring race track.
Back in April, we published the so-called “spy” photos with test prototypes of the Porsche 911 GT3 generation 992, which were seen both on the Nurburgring race track and on the famous Monza track in Italy. This was during the early onset of the coronavirus pandemic, and obviously Porsche does not stop there and continues to test the high-performance version of its 911 sports coupe, despite the crisis.
This time, the Porsche engineering team decided again on the Nurburgring track. The prototype of the updated 911 GT3 received a minimal amount of camouflage. The published video also gives us the opportunity to hear the pleasant exhaust sound of a German car.
The upcoming 911 GT3 will reportedly come with an updated version of the naturally aspirated 4.0-liter Porsche six-cylinder engine.
At the moment, there has been no official information published about the new motor, but according to some reports, the maximum power will be 550 horsepower.
Aesthetically, however, Porsche does not seek to hide its high-performance 911. The elongated front hood tells us that you are far from the usual version of the sports 911, like the wide opening in the lower bumper, which is located from left to right.
The new 911 GT3 will receive huge wheels with Y-shaped spokes. The back of the car is quite interesting – it has a huge spoiler, as well as a built-in wing, called the “duck tail”.
Porsche has not yet announced the date of the official presentation of the updated 992 generation Porsche 911 GT3, but since the coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing, expect that the new product will most likely be shown online in a couple of weeks.
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