"The GT3 lunges forward through the gears until you shift into fifth at 145 mph. From then on, the acceleration moderates, although your adrenal glands will remain stimulated by the slower vehicles that seem to be suddenly standing still, even though they’re moving at autobahn speeds. Traffic prevented us from exceeding 175 mph, but the GT3 feels comfortable at such a pace, even on a hilly and curving autobahn. It feels 911-like in the sense that the car moves around a bit, without ever threatening to lose control. You have to accept that it doesn’t have a locked-in-a-straight-line character and simply let it move a bit." (CarAndDriver)
"The GT3 rides beautifully in the slow but steady autobahn traffic, its engine no more than a pleasant hum in the background. Then a sign appears that marks a section of road with no restricted speed limit, the road magically clears and a couple of downshifts later we’re accruing speed at a preposterous rate for a car with a normally aspirated engine displacing less than 4.0 liters. Within seconds, 186 mph has been acquired, and only then does the GT3’s acceleration slow noticeably as the aerodynamic drag (0.32 Cd) of the body takes effect." (InsideLine)
"Consider the GT3 the anti-GT-R. Unlike Godzilla, the GT3 will do nothing for you, yet everything you ask. There is no dual clutch transmission option, only a manual racing gearbox, lightly disguised for street use. This Getrag six speed requires hard, precise throws through tight gates because of steel synchros built for the demands of racing. Swappable gears allow for track-tailored transmission ratios." (MotorTrend)
The R8 is powered by a 4.2 Liter FSI V8 engine that delivers a total of 420 HP and 320 lb-ft of torque sprinting the four wheel drive dream machine from 0 to 60 MPH in 4.4 sec, through the quarter mile in 12.8 sec at 113.2 MPH and up to 187 MPH. The 2010 Audi R8 is priced at $114,200.
The Corvette ZR1 is powered by a LS9 supercharged 6.2L V-8 engine that delivers a total of 620 hp and approximately 595 lb.-ft. of torque. It can hit a top speed of more than 200 mph. The car is on sale at a price of $106,880.
The Porsche 911 GT3 is a car designed for the track, but in the same time it is perfectly road legal. So is no wonder you want one! The GT3 is a precise sports car, dynamic, aggressive, in just one word it is the ultimate Porsche. You will see what we are talking about if you will take it for a ride on twisted roads. Cornering will prove you that the GT3 is the most accurate car you have ever driven. There is one thing you need to take care though: don’t push it to hard, there is no way you will find the limits to this car. No matter how hard you will force it, it will show you that it is better than you. Don’t try to see how fast it can go on this roads, take it to a track and enjoy!
For those of you who are tempt to opt for the PDK transmission, don’t do it. The manual gearbox is the best choice for your GT3. This way you will feel the car, you will be able to control it. Not to mention that the PDK will add an extra 66 pounds to the car’s weight, and for sure you do not want that!
Just trust us and take it for a ride! but be careful one you will get behind the wheel of the GT3 you will never want to leave!