Prior-Design Tunes the Porsche 911 GT3
The Prior-Design Porsche 911 PD3 has an optimized front end. Thanks to this, the downforce level has now apparently been increased. The use of carbon spoiler blade and carbon inlets should improve air flow dispersal.
Moving to the side of the car, we find the new sills, which are supposed to guide the air to the back of the GT3, where the specially developed elements can’t wait to play with it. To be more specific, at the back of the car, the German coupe now has two additional carbon inlets and a diffuser, which houses two carbon fins.
If you were wondering why we never mentioned the word “fibre” when talking about the carbon elements, here’s the reason: All the parts of the PD3 package are made out of carbon-flex fibre glass.
The company has also done some work underneath the car, where it has installed its own stainless steel exhaust system. The overall change of the was completed with the use of 4 light, multi-section forged rims. Customers can chose from a variety of dimensions.
Prior-Design has not announced the rasom requested for the car's release, as the package's price is only available on demand.
We like the discreet styling changes and the bespoke rims, but we usually prefer a more technical approach when it comes to tuning, so we can’t really say that we are impressed by the present example.
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