Porsche 911 GT3 Touring surprised in final tests

Porsche 911 GT3 Touring surprised in final tests

Porsche 911 GT3 Touring spy plane (front view)

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Porsche 911 GT3 Touring spy plane (front view)

She seems ready for production!

Porsche launched for the first time the Touring pack on the 911 GT3 in 2017, on the 991 generation of the German sports car. A free option which quickly became a commercial success so that the manufacturer will not miss the opportunity to offer a similar option for the new 911 GT3, but this time from generation 992.

And these fresh spy photos suggest that work on this 911 Touring is already well underway. Not to say almost finished!

Surprise in the direct vicinity of Nürburgring, the car is virtually camouflaged except for a few inches of black tape here and there, and a fake plastic panel attached to the rear bumper. Everything else appears to be in its final form. The photos below are therefore the first opportunity to take a look at the design of this GT3 stripped of its rear spoiler.

Most of the changes compared to a regular 911 GT3 are concentrated in the rear. Obviously, the massive fixed spoiler is replaced by the classic active electric spoiler, while a pair of centrally-mounted tailpipes emerge from the bumper. The black plastic panels attached to the rear bumper still hide the design of the diffuser, also modified.

It should also be noted that this prototype has two passengers on board. In addition to the driver, there is also a second operator with a laptop in hand who is probably doing final vehicle performance evaluations.

By the way, the new 911 GT3 Touring is expected to be powered by a modified version of the naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat six, which is expected to output around 550 horsepower. However, it is not yet known whether the six-speed manual transmission will be available or not.

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