Otherwise, you get the same suspension as in the GT3 and the same engine, mated exclusively to a six-speed manual gearbox.
So, what of this car then? It’s available through Bring a Trailer, and it’s only got 1,200 miles (1,930 km) on its 4.0-liter flat-six unit, which is derived from the GT3 R and Cup racing cars, hence the epic 9,000 rpm red line. Peak output is rated at 493 hp (500 PS) and 339 lb-ft (460 Nm) of torque, allowing you to hit 60 mph (96 kph) from a standstill in around 3.7 seconds.
Other things we like about this particular GT3 Touring include the Granite Green Metallic exterior, flat-black side stripes, the satin black 20-inch center-lock wheels, and the black leather interior. Speaking of which, it’s got the optional 918-style carbon fiber bucket seats to go with the Sport Chrono Package, brushed aluminum trim, dual-zone climate control, the Light Design Package, Bose surround sound system, and more.
When it was new, this car cost just under $190,000, but you’ll need a heck of a lot more to purchase it today.