New Porsche 911 GT3 Caught Almost Undisguised Near the Arctic Circle

New 991 series Porsche 911 GT3 has been caught again – this time testing near the Arctic Circle in Northern Sweden. The car has almost no camouflage, revealing new GT3 center locking wheels, new bumpers, fixed rear spoiler, center-mounted dual exhaust system and high-performance brakes.

Power is likely to come from a naturally aspirated 3.8-litre flat six with around 470bhp. PDK transmission is also part of the package and there are rumours circulating that the manual is not offered anymore. This is kind of hard to believe, but we’ll see soon.

New Porsche 911 GT3 is expected to debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show.


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  • Porsche Guy

    Uncamouflaged? This car is nearly one year old! There are much newer prototypes show the real rear bumper. This is NOT the finished car….

    • Andrew

      Surely the finished car will have some changes to this prototype, but these are going to be very minor. Latest or not latest I am not here to argue with you and we have covered all the main GT3 prototype pics since summer. These are the latest pictures taken yesterday in Northern Sweden and as the article says it has very little camouflage.

      all the best!

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