The new 911 line-up is soon to have a track-focused flagship, with the winged and widened 911 GT3 set to lob later this year.
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Porsche has given the world a fleeting look at its upcoming 2021 911 GT3, ahead of a likely at the Geneva motor show in March.

The company used its first Super Bowl advertisement slot in more than 20 years to offer a fleeting glimpse of the as-yet unreleased GT3, which has been spied repeatedly in the last 12 months.

With a tall rear wing sitting above a ducktail spoiler, dished wheels, and what appears to be a deep front splitter, the 992-generation GT3 doesn't appear to deviate too far from the formula laid out by its predecessors.

Power is expected to come from a naturally-aspirated 4.0-litre flat-six engine, making more than the 368kW offered by the now-defunct 991 model.

Porsche hasn't confirmed whether the new GT3 will be offered with a manual transmission to partner with the now-obligatory dual-clutch transmission.