File this in the "rumors that make us giddy" department, but there are people saying that the next 911 GT3 RS might have a third pedal for your shifting enjoyment. That's right, a clutch pedal. For shifting. Gears. Manually.
The 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 might lose the manual gearbox, but it gains a 9,000 RPM redline, a retuned PDK, and rear-wheel steering. People I know that have driven it say it's the best car they've ever been in. But how does it compare on road and track to the McLaren 12C and Nissan GT-R? Let's find out.
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The 911 GT3 is always my favorite version of the 911. It's lighter and more focused than any of the other cars in the range. Plus, it just looks the part. Leaner, meaner, more aggressive. Now there is a new one and I just saw it in the flesh. The want is strong.
The recently-unveiled 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 has certainly proven to be a controversial car. Its lack of a manual transmission and inclusion of electric steering have made some people question whether it's the real deal or some kind of poser car. But if this video from Porsche is any indicator, we have nothing to be…
No manual gearbox. No hydraulic steering. No Metzger engine. The 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 has to be making some Porsche purists go nuts. Here's a closer look.
The Porsche 911 is all well and good. The 911 Turbo is fantastic. But people that like driving, well they get the 911 GT3. Here's the newest one. Holy shit this looks great. (UPDATE: It's better than you thought.)