Since you’re all advanced, you probably already know that the Porsche 911 is the best car ever. I mean, it’s been like that since 1963 and it’s an established fact. In 911s, one model outperforms all the others, and it’s a powerful driver-focused model GT3,
The current generation 992 GT3 is our best ever, with a 4-liter, 503-horsepower flat-bottomed six-speed at 9,000 rpm, an available six-speed manual transmission, and a new dual front suspension. I got one for a week. Even better, this is the tourist version without it all big wingsAnd I want to know what you want to know about him.
This GT3 touring car is interesting because it’s a back-to-basic spec with very few options. It has a six-speed manual, a large gas tank, a nose lift system, fancy headlights and taillights, and that’s it. It also got a hair sticker price of over $180,000, which isn’t really a small change, but nothing more than a well-chosen GTS model in the grand scheme of things.
Now, since this is a 911, I’m going to do all the typical 911 stuff in it, including using it like a car with a regular rear-end, pulling stuff into the trunk, taking a long drive down the highway, and getting hit. Eternal crap out of it on Angels Crest Highway. I’d like to know what other specific and curious questions you all may have about staying with the GT3 Touring, and I’ll do my best to answer them.
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