Spy Shots: Porsche 911 GT3 stripped of camouflage and caught testing

2014 Porsche 911 GT3 Exterior Spyshots
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Just a few hours ago, we released a set of spy shots for the upcoming Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible, but that wasn’t the only model out for a little test spin today. Our spy photographers have hit the jackpot with images of the 911 GT3 completely stripped of all of its cammo!

Compared to the previous prototypes caught testing, this model is still donning the new rear wing and front spoiler. Most of the body’s components will be made out of composites to help reduce the car’s weight by about 180-200 lbs.

The biggest mystery regarding the next GT3 is what’s going to be tucked underneath its hood. It is rumored that the next GT3 will get a new 4.0 liter engine and not the 3.8L naturally-aspirated six cylinder found in the current model. Regardless of the engine choice, Porsche has promised an output of about 480 HP. Porsche CEO Matthias Muller also announced that the new GT3 will not use Porsche’s new 7-speed PDK transmission. It will actually come standard with a six-speed manual transmission, with the technologically-advanced, yet less satisfying, PDK transmission set to be available as an optional extra.

Expect to see the new GT3 launched later in Summer 2012 when we hope this engine mystery will finally be solved.


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  (419) posted on 06.14.2012

The power might depend on its engine, but the speed can be also affected by other components of this car. I’ll leave Porsche onto deciding, which is most effective.

  (677) posted on 06.7.2012

Everyone can pretty much guess how its look would end up.

  (458) posted on 05.28.2012

I think it needs to open up its hood more than to strip its camouflage. I want to know its engine’s specs.

  (570) posted on 05.24.2012

Whatever engine it’s going to house is obviously going to be powerful. Since when did Porsche equip their innovations with weak engines anyway?

  (448) posted on 05.22.2012

It’s pretty much predictable how it would look even with the camouflage on; it’s the performance numbers which we weren’t really sure of. Right now, I’ve come to conclude that it’s as powerful as I guessed it to be.

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