Body style: Coupé (two-door)
Production years: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
In 2013 Porsche revealed the 991 GT3 at the Geneva Motor Show and it was an absolute blast for the Porsche fans. It was available only with a PDK (dual-clutch) automatic transmission that could change gears in 100 milliseconds and the car could lap the Nurburgring Nordschleife race-track in 7m22s on street-approved tires.
The look was different than a regular Porsche 911-991 generation. Its wider front track with a lower stance and special front spoiler improved the aggressive look. The carbon-fiber lip on the bottom of the apron, the mesh-grille on the air-dams, and the overall design were a promise for performance. A massive wing in the rear and the wide track were part of the GT3 story.
Inside, the fixed seat-backs carbon fiber sport-bucket seats forced the driver to stay in the race position. There were no seats in the back. Only a roll-cage to stiffen the car and to protect the driver in case if something goes wrong. The interior was covered in Alcantara, carbon-fiber, and aluminum. The instrument cluster featured a tachometer, a speedometer, and a round TFT display which could show various information for the car, or the navigation system.
The 3.8-liter flat-six fitted in the back had a rev-limiter at 9.000 rpm. It produced 482 hp and sent its energy to the rear wheels only. The rear axle-steering was another improvement over its predecessor. The front aluminum suspension and other modifications made to the car made it the fastest Porsche car of all times to that date. Even faster than the former glory Porsche Carrera GT, which lapped the Nurburgring in 6 seconds slower than the 2013 Porsche GT3.