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PORSCHE 911 GT3 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 8
First production year: 1999
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

2022 - Present

For the German carmaker was another day at the office, but for the enthusiasts, it was another masterpiece for the roads. Porsche didn't forget its roots and kept the 911 range on the market even though the internal-combustion engines were on the brink of extinction. But the carmaker continued on using its flat-six powerplant. It pleased its customers with a road-legal but a track-ready ...

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gasoline engines:

  PORSCHE 911 GT3 RS (992) 4.0L 7AT RWD (525 HP)

2021 - Present

Porsche didn't want to waste time and, at the beginning of 2021, introduced a new generation for its ferocious GT3 road-legal race-car. Basically, the road-legal GT3 is the base vehicle used by Porsche to homologate the GT3 category race-version. While it was still based on the Porsche 911, it featured numerous modifications that made it lap the Nurburgring in 6:59.93 minutes, over 17 se...

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gasoline engines:

  PORSCHE 911 GT3 (992) 4.0L 6MT (510 HP)

  PORSCHE 911 GT3 (992) 4.0L 7AT PDK (510 HP)

2017 - 2021

The 2017 Porsche GT3 was made for the customers who are racing their 911's but who want to enjoy the road to the race-track as well. After the facelift for the 991 generation, the GT3 had to be enhanced along with the rest of the stable. The 991.2 GT3 was unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show and it was built more as a race-car that was able to roll on the road than as a supercar able t...

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gasoline engines:

  PORSCHE 911 GT3 (991.2) 4.0 6MT (500 HP)

  PORSCHE 911 GT3 (991.2) 4.0 7AT (500 HP)

2013 - 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 w...

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2009 - 2011

In all of its history, Porsche built race-oriented vehicles to get an FIA approval for racing at various categories. The GT3 was just one of them, and it was the base version. The Porsche 911 GT3 was built for those who wanted a car to race it around the track at the weekend and, maybe, to drive it to the circuit. It was comfortable enough to get its driver there and fast enough to get a priz...

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2006 - 2009

The GT3 was proof that an owner didn't have to forget about comfort when driving a race-oriented Porsche, but it was still able to get very good lap-times. While it wasn't a race-car with number plates on it, the 2006 Porsche GT3 came on the market with a package that could make its owners smile wide. It was built as a daily driver car, but with some PASM (Porsche Active Suspension ...

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2003 - 2006

Two seats, no turbo, and, due to its lightweight, it was the quickest and the fastest naturally aspirated Porsche from its generation. And it was available with automatic transmission as well. Apart from production vehicles, Porsche was one of the biggest suppliers for racing teams around the world. For some categories, the race models had to be built as the street-legal vehicles in order to ...

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1999 - 2001

To comply with the FIA regulations regarding the homologation of an FIA GT3 car, Porsche had to build a street version. And that is how the Porsche 996 GT3 appeared in the late '90s. The 996 generation of the 911 was known as the first water-cooled Porsche. The new regulations regarding emissions and pollution forced them to drop their air-cooled engines. The interesting fact about the P...

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