Porsche 911 GT3 R makes its debut

Porsche 911 GT3 R makes its debut

Porsche 911 GT3 R fq


Porsche has unveiled its latest track machine based on the 911 model at the Autosport International show. Named the 911 GT3 R it replaces the GT3 Cup S. Porsche has put effort into making it an accessible race car and has included ABS, traction control and an electronic throttle. To help make even the amateur racer feel like a professional.
“Since we announced our intention to launch the 911 GT3 R, demand has been huge,” commented Uwe Brettel, Head of Motorsport Sales. “The number of GT3 R vehicles we had planned for 2010 is almost sold out.”
Power comes from a modified boxer engine based on the 3.8-litre version. Displacement has been increased to 4.0-litre and maximum power is up to 358kW and kerb weight is only 1,200 kg.
Unique body features include LED rear lights, widened wheel arches at the front and rear, a entirely covered underbody, a rear diffuser and an adjustable rear wing.
The suspension set up consists of height-adjustable MacPherson struts up front, two-way shock absorbers and double coil springs. On the rear a rigidly mounted sub-frame with a height-adjustable multi-arm axle and two-way shock absorbers and double coil springs.

Porsche has unveiled its latest track machine based on the 911 model at the Autosport International show. Named the 911 GT3 R it replaces the GT3 Cup S. Porsche has put effort into making it an accessible race car and has included ABS, traction control and an electronic throttle. To help make even the amateur racer feel like a professional.

“Since we announced our intention to launch the 911 GT3 R, demand has been huge,” commented Uwe Brettel, Head of Motorsport Sales. “The number of GT3 R vehicles we had planned for 2010 is almost sold out.”

Power comes from a modified boxer engine based on the 3.8-litre version. Displacement has been increased to 4.0-litre and maximum power is up to 358kW and kerb weight is only 1,200 kg.

Unique body features include LED rear lights, widened wheel arches at the front and rear, a entirely covered underbody, a rear diffuser and an adjustable rear wing.

The suspension set up consists of height-adjustable MacPherson struts up front, two-way shock absorbers and double coil springs. On the rear a rigidly mounted sub-frame with a height-adjustable multi-arm axle and two-way shock absorbers and double coil springs.

Porsche 911 GT3 R fq


Porsche has unveiled its latest track machine based on the 911 model at the Autosport International show. Named the 911 GT3 R it replaces the GT3 Cup S. Porsche has put effort into making it an accessible race car and has included ABS, traction control and an electronic throttle. To help make even the amateur racer feel like a professional.
“Since we announced our intention to launch the 911 GT3 R, demand has been huge,” commented Uwe Brettel, Head of Motorsport Sales. “The number of GT3 R vehicles we had planned for 2010 is almost sold out.”
Power comes from a modified boxer engine based on the 3.8-litre version. Displacement has been increased to 4.0-litre and maximum power is up to 358kW and kerb weight is only 1,200 kg.
Unique body features include LED rear lights, widened wheel arches at the front and rear, a entirely covered underbody, a rear diffuser and an adjustable rear wing.
The suspension set up consists of height-adjustable MacPherson struts up front, two-way shock absorbers and double coil springs. On the rear a rigidly mounted sub-frame with a height-adjustable multi-arm axle and two-way shock absorbers and double coil springs.

Porsche has unveiled its latest track machine based on the 911 model at the Autosport International show. Named the 911 GT3 R it replaces the GT3 Cup S. Porsche has put effort into making it an accessible race car and has included ABS, traction control and an electronic throttle. To help make even the amateur racer feel like a professional.

“Since we announced our intention to launch the 911 GT3 R, demand has been huge,” commented Uwe Brettel, Head of Motorsport Sales. “The number of GT3 R vehicles we had planned for 2010 is almost sold out.”

Power comes from a modified boxer engine based on the 3.8-litre version. Displacement has been increased to 4.0-litre and maximum power is up to 358kW and kerb weight is only 1,200 kg.

Unique body features include LED rear lights, widened wheel arches at the front and rear, a entirely covered underbody, a rear diffuser and an adjustable rear wing.

The suspension set up consists of height-adjustable MacPherson struts up front, two-way shock absorbers and double coil springs. On the rear a rigidly mounted sub-frame with a height-adjustable multi-arm axle and two-way shock absorbers and double coil springs.

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