When Porsche unveiled the 991 GT3 in 2013, it was a massive shift for the brand’s famed model. An all-new 3.8-Liter flat-6 that can rev to 9,000 RPM and produces 469 naturally aspirated horsepower. Rear-wheel steering helped the larger car handle even more sharply than the previous 997 generation while also helping with high-speed stability on both the road and track. For the first time ever in a GT3, a dual-clutch gearbox was available for the car, and in fact, it was the only transmission available. Although this made for faster lap times, enthusiasts were disappointed to not at least have a manual option as that was one of the most important elements in previous GT3s. Porsche listened to these complaints and when they debuted the facelifted 991.2 GT3, a 6-speed manual was on the options list. Additionally, the 3.8-liter engine was increased to 4.0-liters with power jumping to 500 hp, while all of the engine internals were refined to reduce friction and improve throttle response. The aerodynamics package was also altered with a deeper front bumper and a slightly higher rear wing that helps the car generate up to 340l lbs of downforce when at speed. The 991.1 GT3 was a very good car that provided real driving enjoyment while feeling like a massive technical step forward for the GT3, but it was not without its issues. With the 991.2 GT3, Porsche hit it out of the park and built a car that is guaranteed to become a certified classic in decades to come.