Porsche Drifts the 911 GT3 to Showcase Technical Goodies

Porsche 911 GT3 Drifting 1 photo
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The new Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S nonidentical twins may be the sharpest knifes in Porsche’s drawer, but the 911 GT3 still remains the hottest naturally-aspirated 911 you can buy at the moment. Porsche wants to make sure that the GT3 also receives attention, so it has recently released a video that showcases its tech highlights, including spices such as drifting.
The icing on the 991 Porsche 911 GT3’s cake is its active rear wheel steering, which boosts agility and stability. This allows the rear wheels to steer in the opposite direction of the front ones at low speed and in the same direction as the front ones at high speeds.

But this is not all, as the vehicle also comes with features such as a magnetorheological suspension, which swiftly adapts to the driving conditions, as well as Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus, which handles the RWD power distribution and brakes the inner rear wheel during a corner.

These two tech goodies are also present on the “regular” Porsche 911, but when integrated in the technical package of the GT3 their effect is amplified.

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