While it doesn’t look very different from its predecessor (as is the Porsche way), trainspotters will notice the revised front and rear bumpers, along with the repositioned air outlet at the rear.
Both the GT3 and GT3 RS are almost certain to feature naturally aspirated flat-six engines, likely to be updated versions of the 350kW/440Nm 3.8-litre (GT3) and 368kW/480Nm (GT3 RS) units from the outgoing cars.
Other details of the updated track hero are limited thus far, but expect the updated 911 GT3 and GT3 RS to be revealed over the coming months.
Stay tuned for an update.
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