In April, we spotted tests of 992-generation Porsche 911 GT3s in the Nürburgring and the famous Monza circuit in Italy. It was at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and obviously, Porsche is not resting its laurels and continues to test the high-performance 911 despite the crisis.
This time around, it looks like Porsche is on the right track again as another 911 GT3 spy video came out with minimal camouflage. Even better, the video at the top, which was uploaded by cvdzijden – Supercar Videos on YouTube, capture the sweet exhaust note from the car.
The next 911 GT3 would come with an updated version of Porsche’s naturally aspirated 4.0-liter engine. Of course, there is no official note published yet, but that would represent up to 550 horsepower (410 kilowatts).
Aesthetically, however, Porsche does not like to hide its high-performance 911. The ventilated hood on the front tells you you’re not dealing with a normal 911, as does the wide opening on the lower bumper that extends from left to right. . Small entrances are also visible in the corners.
In profile, the new 911 GT3 will carry huge pairs of wheels, with central locks and Y-spokes. Its rear is completely remarkable, with the massive wing showing its swan neck mounting. Interestingly, a duck tail spoiler wraps around the back, working hand in hand with the wing seemingly manually adjustable.
Porsche has yet to announce the launch date for the 992-generation Porsche 911 GT3, but with the coronavirus pandemic still in sight, expect a later start date or at least a virtual launch from Stuttgart.