The 911 GT3 has been updated for 2010 with a naturally aspirated flat six dumping out 435 HP and 317 lb-ft of torque and riding on magnetorheologial engine mounts. Power is routed through a six speed transmission to a stiffened suspension, delivering a 0-60 MPH time of four seconds flat with blistering 194 MPH top speed.
Magnetorheological engine mounts? Damn. That is German efficiency. Next it'll be:
"The 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 comes standard with POMAS (Porsche Organic Mass Analysis System). POMAS analyzes the relative mass, density and physical proportions of all on board occupants and then tests them against a standardized and approved set of Porsche vehicle dynamic specifications. If at any time during the course of a journey an occupant's mass within the vehicle is deemed by POMAS to unduly affect the dynamic capabilities of the car, POMAS will active a series of systems designed to reallocate all living organic materials within the vehicle. These systems, include, but are not limited to: super-heated seats and climate control system to displace bodily liquids from passengers for better weight distribution and ejector seats that will completely rid the 911 GT3 of any passenger deemed to be 'wholly physically detrimental' to the character of the vehicle."
POMAS. It's the future.