Carmine Red 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Is a Sight For Sore Eyes

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When it comes to special Neunelfers, such as the 2018 Porsche 911 GT3, rear-engined machine lovers are split into two main categories. There are those who believe that such wing bearers need to come dressed in restrained hues and there's also a camp who likes such machines covered in vivid colors.
We happen to belong to the latter category, so you can imagine how delighted we were to come across a set of pics showing a 991.2 GT3 dressed in Carmine Red - we'll tip our keyboards to Autogespot for these images.

Notice that the 911 GT3 we have here comes with steel brakes, while packing Xenon technology. Now, before anybody rushes to point out that the 500 hp machine is missing out on the benefits of carbon-ceramic brakes and LED lighting, allow us to mention that such elements also have their drawbacks.

Porsche's list of optional extras can be regarded as a financial black hole, so we have nothing against such real-world configurations.

As for the rollcage inside this GT3, the track-savvy element reminds us that Porsche still hasn't fully unveiled the assets of the new GT3.

We're referring to the Touring Package for the Gen 2, which is expected to make its debut at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show. The goodies included in the pack are aimed at emphasizing the daily driver aura of the GT3, which means that we'll get to enjoy features such as rear seats, while the fixed rear wing will be replaced with an active element.

For those of you who want to dig deeper into the 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Touring Package matter, here are the latest spyshots of the Zuffenhausen hero.

Meanwhile, those who were fortunate enough to have already taken delivery of their GT3 (we're talking about Old Continent buyers here) have already started putting on a show on the Nurburgring.
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