2022 Porsche 911 GT3 Revealed-Accelerates From 0-60mph In 3.2 Sec
Since the debut of the 992-generation Porsche 911 was seen in the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2018, its fans are eagerly waiting for the arrival of the GT3.
In the 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 and 992, the naturally aspirated capacity, lightweight materials, and high downforce are in a familiar format. The new car is very closely associated with the current 911 GT3 Cup car, as previous models.
The engine is a 4.0-liter flat 6 that is shared within Cup racer. It produces a 502 hp and a torque of 346 lb-ft and voluntarily revs up to 9000 rpm. It also offers a sharp response to the throttle through Porsche’s six separate throttle bodies. The engine also has dry-sump oiling but skips electronically controlled mounts as they have not been considered worth the additional weight.
With regard to weight, Andreas preuninger, the man in charge of the development of Porsche’s G TG cars, has said in advance that the weight measurement was at 3,152 pounds. This is about the same as the outgoing model, which impresses with the size of the new car.
In order to reduce weight, the technicians replaced more metal parts, including the hoods, rear decklid, and rear wings, with liger-carbohydrate plastic. The rear wing has swan-neck strokes, as anticipated. When mounting to the top of the wing, the surface on the lower side of the wing is greater resulting in more downforce. It’s a design taken from motorsport directly.
Buyers get 2 option for the 2022 Porsche 911 GT3- a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed dual-clutch drive. Those who are unhappy with the Braun’s more pedestrian-like electric razor selector Nub will be pleased to hear that a right shift lever for dual clutched-equipped GT3s is on the center console. This 7-speed system allows the vehicle to speed up in 3.2 seconds from 0-60 mph. 197 mph is the peak velocity. Porsche has reached a lap time of 6:59.927 in the Nürburgring, 17 seconds faster than the 991 GT3 times and just a few seconds faster than the 991 GT3 RS time.
The Michelin pneumatic setup is staggered with 315s at the end and 255s at the front. According to Preuninger, track-oriented Cup R tires will be an option. The standard iron brake rotors, which are 408 millimeters on the front axle or 28 mm higher than previous ones, are also bigger than before. 410 mm up front carbon-ceramic rotors are available.