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2021 Porsche 911 GT3 – High-Performance, Track Oriented Sports Car

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2021 Porsche 911 GT3 – High-Performance, Track Oriented Sports Car. 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 – Drive, Interior and Exterior. Please Consider Subscribing.

0:00 Intro
0:40 Interior and Exterior
1:20 Facts and Figures
2:38 Track Drive

2021 Porsche 911 GT3 (PDK) Technical Data:

Engine Type Six-cylinder horizontally opposed naturally aspirated engine; gasoline particulate filter (GPF)
No. of cylinders 6
Valves/cylinders 4
Displacement 3,996 cm3
Bore 102.0 mm
Stroke 81.5 mm
Max. power output 375 kW (510 PS) at engine speed 8,400 1/min
Max. torque 470 Nm at engine speed 6,100 1/min
Max. power output per litre 93.8 kW/I (127.6 PS/l)
Compression ratio 13.3:1
Max. engine speed 9,000 1/min
Cooling system Water cooling with mechanical thermostat
Valve control VarioCam camshaft control for intake and exhaust valves, DLC-coated rocker arms, fixed valve train
Intake system Variable intake manifold made of plastic with two switchable resonance valves and six individual throttle valves
Oil supply Dry-sump lubrication with fully variable oil pressure pump, seven scavenge pumps, oil centrifuge and additional oil supply via crankshaft, fine oil separator
Drive system Rear-wheel drive
Gearbox Seven-speed dual-clutch transmission (PDK); Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV+) incl. electronic rear differential lock with fully variable torque distribution
Gear ratios
1st gear 3.75
2nd gear 2.38
3rd gear 1.72
4th gear 1.34
5th gear 1.11
6th gear 0.96
7th gear 0.84
Reverse 3.42
Rear axle ratio 4.19
Suspension and damping Adjustable sports suspension; Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) variable damping system with sports setup and ride height lowered by 20 mm
Front axle Double-wishbone front suspension with anti-roll bar, all chassis mounts ball joints, integrated helper spring
Rear axle Multi-link rear axle, anti-roll bar, chassis bearings partial with ball joints, integrated helper spring
Steering Electromechanical power steering with variable steering ratio and speed-dependent power steering; rear-axle steering with GT3 sport tuning
Steering ratio 14.2:1 (centre position) to 11.2:1
Steering wheel diameter 360 mm
Turning circle diameter 10.4 m
Vehicle stability system Porsche Stability Management (PSM) incl. ABS, can be switched off in two stages (ESC OFF and ESC+TC OFF)
Brake system Dual circuit brake system with brake discs at the front and rear; vacuum brake booster; braking assist; electric duo-servo parking brake; auto-hold function; multi-collision brake
Front axle brakes Six-piston aluminium monobloc fixed calliper brakes; dimpled and internally vented grey cast iron composite brake discs with aluminium brake chambers
Diameter 408 mm
Thickness 34 mm
Rear axle brakes Four-piston aluminium monobloc fixed calliper brakes; dimpled and internally vented grey cast iron composite brake discs with aluminium brake chambers
Diameter 380 mm
Thickness 30 mm
Wheels with tyres, front 9.5 J x 20 ET 46 with sport tyres 255/35 ZR 20
Wheels with tyres, rear 12 J x 21 ET 45 with sports tyres 315/30 ZR 21
Length 4,573 mm
Width (with exterior mirrors) 1,852 mm (2,027 mm)
Height 1,279 mm
Wheelbase 2,457 mm
Track width, front 1,601 mm
Track width, rear 1,553 mm
Luggage compartment volume, front 132 l
Kerb weight according to DIN 1,435 kg
Permissible gross weight 1,782 kg
Weight-to-power ratio 3.8 kg/kW (2.8 kg/PS)
Top speed 318 km/h
Acceleration
0–60 mph 3.2 s
0–100 km/h 3.4 s
0–160 km/h 7.0 s
0–200 km/h 10.8 s
Emissions standard Euro 6d-ISC-FCM (EU6 AP)
Fuel type Super Plus (98 RON)
Fuel consumption (NEDC)
Urban 17.3 l/100 km
Extra-urban 9.5 l/100km
Combined 12.4 l/100km
CO2 emissions (NEDC) Combined 283 g/km
Efficiency class Germany G
Tank capacity (optional) 64 l (90 l)
Aerodynamics
Drag coefficient cd 0.34
Frontal area A 2.08 m2
cd x A 0.71 m2

A 4.0-litre, 375 kW (510 PS), high-revving GT boxer engine gives the new 911 GT3 outstanding vivacity, and accentuates this with an emotive soundscape. It delivers 10 PS more than its GT3 predecessor and, like its predecessor, revs to 9,000 rpm. The maximum torque of the naturally aspirated six-cylinder boxer engine has increased from 460 to 470 Nm. The intake system features six-barrel throttle valves, as it does in motor sport. Despite having two gasoline particulate filters, the lightweight sports exhaust system weighs less than the one fitted to the previous GT3.

In addition to a six-speed GT manual transmission with dynamic auto-blip function, a seven-speed PDK transmission is also available. Like in motor sport, it allows gearchanges within milliseconds, without interrupting power delivery. It therefore provides the basis for impressive acceleration figures, the new 911 GT3 catapulting itself from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds, reaching 200 km/h in 10.8 seconds. Porsche also offers the seventh generation of the 911 GT3 exclusively with rear-wheel drive.

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