Because you are all refined people, you probably already know that the Porsche 911 is the best car. I mean, that’s just been the case since 1963 and it’s an immutable fact. Among the 911s, there is one model that stands above all others, and it is a powerful, driver-focused model. GT3.
The current-generation 992 GT3 is also the best, with a 4-liter, 503-hp, 9,000-rpm engine, an available six-speed manual transmission and a new double wishbone front suspension, and I’ had one in a week. Even better, it’s the Touring version without all the big wingsand I want to know what you want to know about it.
This particular GT3 Touring is interesting because it is in the base spec category with very few options. It has a six-speed manual transmission, big fuel tank, nose lift system, fancy headlights and taillights, and that’s about it. It also has a sticker price of just over $180,000, which isn’t exactly a change, but it’s not much more than a well-chosen GTS model in the grand scheme of things.
Now, since it’s a 911, I’m going to do all the typical 911 stuff in it, including using it like a normal car, transporting things on the highway, driving on the road. highway and control sundries from it Angeles Crest Highway. What I’d like to know are the weird, pertinent questions you all might have about living with GT3 Touring, and I’ll do my best to answer them.