During last week he debuted at the Geneva Motor Show the Porsche 911 GT3 RS which may be the pinnacle of German sports in terms of radicalism and sportsmanship. Using a 4.0-liter 500 horsepower pure air and block being positioned as a real battle horse winner. However and I say perhaps-perhaps one of the flaws that it has drawn directly from the 911 GT3 and inevitably unambiguous and has been having PDK automatic transmission as standard. Something that once generated a lot of criticism when we met the performance of the GT3 and now it seems that everything is already more or less accepted. No embago ...
Porsche ... they have not forgotten those criticisms. Since the German mark have confirmed that manual transmissions are very present in each and every one of the GT Porsche models especially after seeing the prodigious success that is taking the Cayman GT4 which is very purist and certainly from the German brand developed at all times with the 6-speed manual transmission as the core of sportsmanship so to speak. But focusing on the 911 GT3 we can say openly that the next generation will PDK automatic transmission but Porsche will allow potential customers to choose between this and the manual gearbox lifetime.
Seeking balance between performance and purism
Talk of purism is perhaps a little jargon how to say bizarre. However it is no secret that as rumors about a hypothetical turbo GT3 are labeled categorically must have at least one option for those who want a lifelong GT3 with a manual gearbox. Because although the KDP seconds earn circuit it may not help the driver to "connect" with the German sports at least not in the same way that happened in the past. In search of an ideal philosophy for all Porsche apply the methodology that has achieved an overwhelming success in the Cayman GT4. And it is curious that with the latter one has missed an automatic transmission with double clutch to gain some tenths circuit right?
The 911 GT2 disappear
Last year I will confirm that the range will be turbocharged Porsche 911 in full except the GT models. Obviously keep the range Porsche GT3 with aspirated engine block because not doing so would be suicide and a very negative point much higher than the PDK. As such it is more plausible and safe to say that the 911 GT2 as such days are numbered so much so that in this present generation the 991 GT2 and will not see if there was a hypothetical case in which itself reached the market It will be the last to do so. Because with all models of the 911 receiving turbochargers the GTS in the future will match the performance of the current 911 Turbo and Turbo sprayed as such figures and performance of the current model making it unnecessary for there is a GT2.