Porsche has just announced a Touring package for the seventh edition of the high-performing 911 GT3. Brought back due to popular demand, the Touring kit for the 992-generation model was made for those seeking all the performance and sportiness of the GT3 but in a more stealthy and understated demeanor. Gone is the large swan-neck rear wing and in its place is an automatically extending rear spoiler.
Porsche explains this new Touring model of the GT3 as a “high-performance athlete that does not show off about its talent, and loves understatement.” The GT3 retains its high-revving NA 4.0-liter flat-six that churns out 502 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque. While much of the performance specs remain the same, the exterior and interior receive updates like a rear lid grille with the “GT3 touring” logo, silver trim strips on the side windows, and tailpipes.
Priced at $163,450 USD, the Touring package is priced the same as the standard GT3 and will be available in early 2022.
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