• 13Feb
    Categories: 911 GT3, Porsche Comments: 0

    The best of the Porsche 911 will be unveiled when the Geneva Motor Show kicks off this March. It will take the spotlight as the Porsche 911 GT3 that has a better grip on the road rooting from the chassis and engine upgrades.

    It will roll out of the assembly line by fall of this year released as a 2010 model. The tag price will be at $113150 which includes shipping fees.

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    The power plant of the car which is naturally aspirated gets a booster of 20 horsepower to make its output 435 horsepower. The extra power comes from tweaking of the displacement up to 3.8L and implementation of vario-cam system for the exhaust and intake.

    The modifications make the performance of the Porsche 911 even better with 0 to 60 mph registering after 4 seconds and top speed hitting 194 mph.

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    The car designers also improved the suspension of the car making the springs stiffer to make the ride smoother with better handling. The GT3 now comes with stability management allowing the driver to take control of the traction and stability system separately to adapt to different driving conditions.

    The engine is mounted to the body with mounts using magnetic fluid. This mounting system automatically stiffens when the driver wants to feel the power of the engine on the road. It also allows better performance on winding tracks and fast bends. Traction from a halt to acceleration is greatly improved.

    The new aero package with the GT3 not only upgrades the looks of the cars with the new vents but also improves the down force of the car.

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