The Porsche 911 is, as the teenagers say, is built differently. It’s true of the classics that are decades old, and it’s also true in modern examples. Take the 911 GT3, for example, that came in to make sure the engine in the latest 911, and ready for the greatest track, would withstand years of high speed.Porsche said it ran the new GT3 at 186 miles. Per hour continuously for 3,100 miles, just stop refueling.
That’s like driving 186 mph in a row for nearly 17 hours, and it’s no surprise Porsche can do what might be one of the only spots it can do, such as the huge, spherical Nardò Ring in Italy. The track is 7.8 miles, which means the GT3 can do almost 400 laps. Porsche says the car has to do this “flawlessly”; before it meets the strict endurance standards.
The carmaker also said the car had to stay in a wind tunnel for 160 hours for its aerodynamics to be cheap. “The new 911 GT3 generates 50 percent more downforce than its predecessor at the time.” [124 mph] To set up ex-works, Porsche aerodynamic engineer Mathias Roll said in a press release.
Although it feels like years of rumors that this new generation GT3 will come with a turbocharged. But the track 992 spec will stick with a 502hp, 4.0-liter flat-6 that spins up to 9,000 rpm, basically the same motor from the 911 GT3 Cup. A total of 22,000 hours of work on a test stand that simulates driving on the track, most of which involves turning the throttle wide. Whatever the owner of GT3s has, it might depend on it.