Actually can do 2.8 seconds 0-100, go check carwow's review of the car
Porsche 911 GT3 (992) specs
|Price in Europe||€167,518 - €206,226|
|Price in US||$163,450 - $200,270|
|Curb weight||1418-1486 kg (3126-3276 lbs)|
|Gas mileage||17.2-10.0 l/100 km (14-24 mpg US / 16-28 mpg UK)|
|0 - 30 mph||1.0 s|
|0 - 40 mph||1.6 s|
|0 - 50 mph||2.1 s|
|0 - 60 mph||2.7 s|
|0 - 70 mph||3.5 s|
|0 - 80 mph||4.3 s|
|0 - 90 mph||5.4 s|
|0 - 100 mph||6.5 s|
|0 - 110 mph||7.8 s|
|0 - 120 mph||9.4 s|
|0 - 130 mph||11.1 s|
|0 - 140 mph||13.3 s|
|0 - 150 mph||15.8 s|
|0 - 160 mph||19.1 s|
|Est. 1/8 mile||7.7 s @ 106.3 mph|
|1/4 mile||10.8 s @ 128.4 mph|
|1/2 mile||17.5 s|
|1 mile||28.4 s|
|0 - 40 kph||1.2 s|
|0 - 50 kph||1.3 s|
|0 - 60 kph||1.5 s|
|0 - 80 kph||2.3 s|
|0 - 100 kph||3.0 s|
|0 - 110 kph||3.5 s|
|0 - 130 kph||4.4 s|
|0 - 150 kph||5.8 s|
|0 - 160 kph||7.0 s|
|0 - 170 kph||7.3 s|
|0 - 180 kph||8.3 s|
|0 - 200 kph||10.2 s|
|0 - 250 kph||18.1 s|
|1000 m||20.0 s @ 258.4 kph|
|Top speed||320 kph (199 mph)|
|Est. 0 - 100 mph - 0||10.1 s @ 719 ft|
|Est. max acceleration||0.93 g (9 m/s²)|
|18m slalom||78.4 kph (48.7 mph)|
|36m slalom||155.0 kph (96.3 mph)|
|Lateral acceleration||1.15 g (11 m/s²)|
|Downforce @ 200 kph||144 kg (317 lbs)|
|Noise @ idle||58 dB|
|Noise @ 50 kph||68 dB|
|Noise @ 70 mph||76 dB|
|Engine type||6 cylinder naturally aspirated boxer|
|Displacement||4.0 l (244 ci / 3996 cc)|
|Power||510 ps (503 bhp / 375 kw) @ 9000 rpm|
|Torque||470 Nm (347 lb-ft)|
|Power / liter||128 ps (126 hp)|
|Power / weight||351 ps (346 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||323 Nm (238 lb-ft) / t|
|Efficiency||39 PS per l/100 km|
|Power / €5000||14 ps|
|Transmission||7 speed PDK or 6 speed manual|
|Layout||rear engine, rear wheel drive|
|50 kph - 0||9 m (29 ft)|
|100 kph - 0||29 m (94 ft)|
|130 kph - 0||55 m (179 ft)|
|200 kph - 0||110 m (360 ft)|
|60 mph - 0||28 m (93 ft)|
|70 mph - 0||41 m (133 ft)|
|100 mph - 0||80 m (262 ft)|
|60 - 100 kph (4)||4.2 s|
|60 - 100 kph (5)||5.5 s|
|80 - 120 kph (4)||3.9 s|
|80 - 120 kph (5)||5.2 s|
|80 - 120 kph (6)||6.3 s|
|80 - 120 kph (7)||8.1 s|
|80 - 160 kph (4)||7.3 s|
|80 - 160 kph (5)||10.2 s|
|80 - 160 kph (6)||13.2 s|
|80 - 160 kph (7)||16.6 s|
|70 - 90 kph||1.5 s|
|70 - 100 kph||2.0 s|
|70 - 120 kph||2.9 s|
|70 - 130 kph||3.5 s|
|70 - 140 kph||4.2 s|
|100 - 140 kph||2.5 s|
|100 - 200 kph||7.5 s|
911 GT3 competition
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Marcus 2w ago
SpeedKing 3w ago
New GT3 on autobahn 319km/h car speedo, 306km/h Dragy GPS. Well short of the 318km/h top speed claimed by Porsche pfft
dr. cosimo 3w ago
back to german automakers and corruption :)
Brussels: The European Union handed down $1 billion in fines to four major German car manufacturers on Thursday, saying they colluded to limit the development and rollout of car emission-control systems.
Daimler, BMW, VW, Audi and Porsche avoided competing on technology to restrict pollution from gasoline and diesel passenger cars, the EU’s executive commission said. Daimler wasn’t fined after it revealed the cartel to the European Commission.
It was the first time the European Commission imposed collusion fines on holding back the use of technical developments, not a more traditional practice like price fixing.
EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager said that even though the companies had the technology to cut harmful emissions beyond legal limits, they resisted competition and denied consumers the chance to buy less polluting cars.
“Manufacturers deliberately avoided to compete on cleaning better than what was required by EU emission standards. And they did so despite the relevant technology being available,” Vestager said. That made their practice illegal, she said.
According to Vestager, the companies agreed on the size of onboard tanks containing a urea solution known as AdBlue that is injected into the exhaust stream to limit pollution from diesel engines, and also on the ranges that drivers could be expected to drive before the tank needed refilling. A bigger tank would enable more pollution reduction.
Vestager said cooperation between companies is permissible under EU rules when it leads to efficiency gains, such as the faster introduction of new technologies. “But the dividing line is clear: Companies must not coordinate their behaviour to limit the full potential of any type of technology,” she said.
Volkswagen said the investigation had ended with a finding that several other forms of cooperation under review were not improper under antitrust law.
“The (EU) Commission is breaking new legal ground with this decision, because it is the first time it has prosecuted technical cooperation as an antitrust violation,” the company said in a statement. “It is also imposing fines even though the contents of the talks were never implemented and customers were therefore never harmed.”
Volkswagen said that the tank sizes produced by all the carmakers involved were “two to three times” bigger than discussed in the talks. It said it was considering an appeal to the European Court of Justice.
BMW said that discussions on the AdBlue tanks had “no influence whatsoever on the company’s product decisions.” The company said it was significant that the fine notice found there was no collusion involving earlier allegations of using software to restrict AdBlue dosing.
BMW said it set aside 1.4 billion euros ($AU2.2 billion) based on the commission’s initial accusations but reduced the set-aside in May due to more serious allegations in the case not being substantiated.
The case wasn’t directly linked to the “dieselgate” scandal of the past decade, when Volkswagen admitted that about 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide were fitted with the deceptive software, which reduced nitrogen oxide emissions when the cars were placed on a test machine but allowed higher emissions and improved engine performance during normal driving.
The scandal cost Wolfsburg, Germany-based Volkswagen 30 billion euros ($AU47 billion) in fines and civil settlements and led to the recall of millions of vehicles. The Volkswagen vehicles in the scandal did not use the urea tanks but relied on another pollution reduction technology.
dr. cosimo 1m ago
0-200 in 10,2 by quattroruote
lap times 1:22,792 / 1:09,681
are germans too obese or too addicted to booze and boar ? :)
dr. cosimo 2m ago
something new seems to pop up every now and then :)
Johanji 2m ago
992 gt3 rs
Cockvolet3 chevy simp 2m ago
Hilarious bro, you still mad the little gt3 beat your beloved chevy on the track and pista, 765 and lambullshit svj ? Cry more
196ss 2w ago
Now that's a proper looking beetle!!!
dr. cosimo 3m ago
Hoppelmoppel123 3m ago
Sport Auto messured 512 PS (due to low air pressure corrected 523 PS and 472 Nm). It has as much downforce as the 991.2 GT3 RS.
dr. cosimo 3m ago
family gathering with all sorts of bs stories about being all stock :)
196ss 3m ago
BTICronox 3m ago
You can add a 1:43.4 on Bilster Berg:
Amazingly, the suspension wasn't even adjusted to the track and the driver admitted a mistake in one corner :D
dr. cosimo 3m ago
every year they keep on downgrading here and there, is carlos ghosn their new ceo ? lol
Maťko 3m ago
0-60MPH @ 2,87s
1/4 mile 10,85s
SpeedKing 4m ago
@admin you can update the top speed of the GT3 "According to the official factory numbers, the 2022 GT3 can reach a peak velocity of 197 miles per hour (317 kilometers per hour)."
SpeedKing 4m ago
So the new GT3 was tested travelling at 300 km/h for 17 hours. I'd like to see any EV do that lol
Lambobs and vegane 5m ago
Sport auto got their hands on the 992 gt3 and it lapped hockenheim already, i bet 1 million dollars it beat the lambullshit SVJ , wanna take bets ?
hostboy 6m ago
My predicted acceleration times:
Car & Driver: [only automatic version]
¼-mile: 10.7-10.9 sec @ 128-131 mph
0-60 mph: 2.7-2.9 sec
0-100 mph: 6.5-6.7 sec
0-120 mph: 8.8-9.0 sec
0-140 mph: 13.1-13.3 sec
0-150 mph: 15.1-15.5 sec
0-160 mph: 19.8-21.3 sec
Motor Trend: [slowest = manual version]
0-60 mph: 2.8-3.2 sec
0-100 mph: 6.8-7.1 sec
¼-mile: 11.0-11.3 sec @ 124-127 mph
I hope my estimates are right when they test the car :)
Lukas 6m ago
The sad front fascia is unmistakable
hostboy 6m ago
The new Porsche 911 GT3 is rated TV-14-DLSV. It's only a few steps away from entry-level Ferrari/Lamborghini/McLaren models, which are rated on the softer side of TV-MA.
hostboy 6m ago
It's not much faster than the previous post-facelift GT3 in terms of straight line performance :(
FastestLaps 6m ago
Removed Tyler's page as this one was added first, and moved pics from it to this page.
Corvolet3 6m ago
As someone who hates the new 911 design, this car actually looks really nice. Also the price is almost cheap for what you get.
Hoppelmoppel123 6m ago
I dont understand why they are advertising with the 6:59 laptime.
Lambolover 6m ago