The new 911 GT3 has big shoes to fill. It’s predecessor has pretty much won everything in four seasons that can be won throughout the GT3 scene since 2019. The new model can look forward to an even wider range of tasks at the hands of our customer teams.”
Performance in numbers
The new 911 GT3 R (992)
|Driveline layout||Rear-wheel drive|
|Power||about 416 kW (565 hp)|
|Transmission||Porsche six-speed sequential dog-type transmission|
|Motorlage||Water-cooled six-cylinder boxer motor in rear position|
|Weight||about 1250 kg (depending on the BoP)|
Tradition. Tried, tested & innovated.
To be prepared for any challenge. The new 911 GT3 R can expect a broad range of possibilities: be it sprint event or long-distance – the new 911 GT3 R knows no bounds. Beside classics such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans, its spectrum also encompasses the GT3 series of the SRO Motorsports Group in Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia. On its horizon: National championships as well as DTM and the German GT Championship. Starting in the national Porsche Sports Cups is also a possibility.
Power. Light & effective.
Design. Black & red.
Interior. Safe & innovative.
Homeoffice to go and to feel at home: With an ergonomic interior, large color display and illuminated controls. As uncompromisingly the new 911 GT3 R has been trimmed for speed, it is equally uncompromising in the safety of its drivers. The strict requirements of the FIA (Fédération Internationale d’Automobile) have been met unconditionally. Safety first. The seating positions boasts improved ergonomics and has moved further into the center of the car. In terms of interior lighting by night, black and white light variants are available. White is used during pit stops. Black reduces glaring reflections in the dark.