Porsche 911 GT3 Touring package spy shot (front view)

Porsche 911 GT3 Touring Spied Performing Final Testing Rounds

Porsche first launched the Touring package for the 911 GT3 in 2017 for the 991 generation of the sports car. The no-cost option quickly became a commercial success and the automaker will not miss the opportunity to offer a similar option for the new 911 GT3 (992). These new spy photos suggest that work on the Touring model is nearing completion.

Spied entering the Nürburgring, the car is almost completely undisguised except for a few inches of black tape here and there, and a fake plastic panel attached to the rear bumper. Everything else appears to be in its final form and the photos below are your first chance to take a look at the wingless back design.

The rear end is where most of the changes from a regular 911 GT3 are concentrated. Obviously, the massive fixed fender is replaced by a smooth electric active spoiler, while a pair of centrally mounted tailpipes emerge from the bumper. Black plastic panels attached to the rear bumper hide a modified diffuser.

It should also be noted that this prototype has two passengers on board. In addition to the test driver, there is also a second operator with a laptop in hand, who is probably in the process of evaluating the performance of the vehicle.

Speaking of which, the new 911 GT3 touring is expected to be powered by a modified version of Porsche’s naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six engine, with an estimated output of around 550 horsepower (410 kilowatts). There is no confirmation yet whether or not a six-speed manual will be available.

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