Alrik test drives an odd bird – Porsche 911 GT3 with manual gearbox. A real weekend treat!
In 2016, Porsche released the special model 911 R in just 991 copies. The hype was huge because you could finally buy a classic 911 with a high-revving naturally aspirated engine and manual transmission, but without a big rear wing. A GT3 in, if you will, “everyday suit”.
Prices soared beyond all reasonableness, but once Porsche released a Touring version of the Porsche 911 GT3, some of the magic disappeared – although limited special editions will always hold up well in value. Right now there is a zero-mile 911 R for sale in Sweden for SEK 3,995,000.
The new price for the GT3 Touring of 1,930,000 is therefore not so crazy – after all, it is a more modern car with, among other things, rear wheel steering and the new front axle.
Compared to regular GT3 the Touring version does not have a giant rear wing, but a manual six-speed gearbox. But you can also change gear yourself in regular GT3.
The attraction is mainly that you drive a little “under the radar” compared to a regular GT3. But is it a touring car for European trips or a track day car? Is it the best GT3 model?
The answer comes in this film.
Source: Senaste nytt från auto motor & sport by www.mestmotor.se.
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