Narain Karthikeyan took delivery of his new 911 GT3 at Porsche Centre Mumbai. The 911 GT3 has been owned by India’s first F1 racer at Rs 2.31 crore. Launched in October 2017, the 911 GT3 is developed on the same racing track and manufactured on the same production line as the racing cars. The 911 GT3 is developed on the same racing track and manufactured on the same production line as the racing cars.
In terms of exterior, the GT3 carries the borrows the design cues from the 911, with the sloping roof, striking stance and other signature design elements that it gets smoked headlamps with the distinctive four-point LED daytime running lights. The Porsche 911 GT3 comes with a standard aero package, larger wheels and another addition is the rear wing, where the rear lid, wing and wing supports are made from carbon. The two black ram-air scoops on the rear lid ensure optimal air supply to the engine thanks to their dynamic pressure function. They are made from glass-fibre reinforced plastic (GFRP).
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Under the hood, Porsche 911 GT3 is power-packed with a naturally aspirated 4.0-litre flat-six engine that churns out 493 bhp of maximum power and 460 Nm of top torque. Transmission can be opted between a standard 7-speed PDK transmission, which is optimised for use on the track or a lighter, manual 6-speed transmission. In terms of performance, the 911 GT3 can do 0 to 100kmph in just 3.4 seconds, when connected to automatic transmission before ticking the needle to a tops of 318kmph. With the manual transmission version, it can bolt from 0 to 100kmph in 3.9 seconds with a topspeed of 320 kmph. Both transmissions are combined with rear differential locks.