The 992 Porsche 911 GT3 was spotted testing at the Nurburgring recently, according to EVO. The car had practically no camouflage on it, and it will be the first 992-gen 911 from Porsche’s GT division. Because the previous-gen car was so good, this new model has a lot to live up to.
This new GT3 looks much like the cars of the past, but there are some noticeable differences as well. The car features a large double-skin intake for the radiators mounted up-front. The hood is also vented like past GT3 cars. The hood itself features some character lines that are almost exactly like the old car as well.
Around the back is where things look a bit different. The car gets a large wing. That wing sits above a ducktail that’s a bit more subtle than previous models. The underside of that ducktail has some venting and perforations as well.
When it comes to the engine, EVO says it is likely a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six engine. It’s likely the same engine used on the previous version of the car but reworked and updated for this new model. It’s unclear what transmission Porsche will offer in this car. Many think it will get both a six-speed manual and a DCT. However, the car could launch with just the DCT and then offer the manual at a later date.
Porsche will reveal this car soon, and any questions you have about it, including price, should be answered at that time.