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This fabulous GT3 with just two keepers and 7,600 miles is available to view at our showrooms outside London immediately.
To replace the 997 GT3, Porsche had to up the game quite considerably. The 991 GT3 received an all-new direct injection 3.8-litre flat-six engine producing 468 BHP and revving to 9,000 RPM. The engine remained naturally aspirated over its predecessor and delivers thrilling performance figures, with the top speed a shade under 200mph and a 0-60mph time of just 3.5 seconds. Porsche’s superb 7-speed PDK gearbox was the only transmission option available, with reduced ratios and there is also a “Paddle Neutral” function, which is a basic form of Launch Control and can be used whilst the car is on the move, meaning power oversteer at low speeds can be achieved.
As well as the steering now being electrically assisted, the 991 GT3 benefits from unique computer software, a stiffened-up front end and at the back there is a new electro-mechanical rear-wheel steering system. This turns the back wheels in the opposite direction, or in the same direction to those at the front, to either improve response or increase stability, depending on how fast you are travelling. With front-end grip in abundance, the recipe for this most recent instalment of Porsche’s iconic sports car is one that is sure to thrill and excite.