The interior of the GT3 is similar to the rest of the 911 line, with a clean design and simple layout that pays homage to previous remakes of Porsche’s best sports car.
The 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 is set to launch in showrooms again. The former is a unique feature that attaches to the top rather than the base that actually improves aerodynamics, Porsche said. The second is the multilingual front suspension – the first in a 911 road car inspired by the company’s racing division. Introducing the new GT3 992 Generation 911, it offers an upgraded version of the naturally needed 4.0-liter Flat-R that produces the GT3 Going GT3 502 horsepower. A seven-speed automatic is standard, but optional for those who prefer a six-speed manual. In addition to some unique styling features, the 2022 911 GT3 offers unique interior pieces that distinguish it from other categories.
What’s new in 2022?
911 GT3 is back by 2022! We learned a few things from releasing the prototype version, and now Porsche has provided new details about this last 911. Namely, the RGR GT3 RS is definitely on the cards as well.
Price and what to buy
We do not know how much the new 911 GT3 will cost, but we expect its starting price to be higher than the price on the market. Porsche tells us that it will once again offer a touring package and we look forward to cutting the rear wing into a more sophisticated look. The GT3 Touring is available in two transmissions instead of a manual gearbox.
Engine, Transmission, Performance
The 911 GT3’s tail end produces a natural 4.0-liter flat-six 502 horsepower. The 911 Speedster engines we last tested was an upgraded version that spun at 9000 rpm and played a hypnotic tune. The new GT3 is offered with a seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission. Note that it does not have a seven-speed stick-shift available on the regular 911. Porsche claims that the six-speed rev-match system may be completely shut down. The most significant performance upgrade to the upcoming GT3 is the introduction of the Multilingual Front Suspension System, which is included in the 911 product inspired by the Race car version.
Energy and real world MPG
The EPA and Porsche did not say how much fuel capacity the 2022 911 GT3 will have in the city or on the highway. Once those ratings are released, we have the opportunity to run one of our 75-mile highway fuel-economy tests, which is part of our comprehensive testing system that can assess its real-world MPG.
Interior, Comfort, Inventory
The interior of the GT3 is similar to the rest of the 911 line, with a clean design and simple layout that pays homage to previous remakes of Porsche’s best sports car. However, there are some special features throughout the cabin. The GT3’s gauge cluster still has a key analog tachometer surrounded by digital displays, but it has a specific GT mode that transmits all important information directly to scenes around the center touch.
Models with an automatic transmission replace the stubby center-console shifter commonly found in the 911 with the traditional handle, which mimics the shape of the manual version. The last GT3 was built without rear jump seats to save weight, so we hope the exception applies to the upcoming version as well. We like Porsche offering more than one style front seats, designed with optional lightweight buckets to reduce mass and increase support.
Infotainment and connection
The infotainment system found on the regular 911 must also access the GT3 version. That means a 10.9-inch touchscreen will be in the center of the dashboard, with some physical controls on the steering wheel and center console. We hope the connectivity features include wireless Apple CarPlay, WiFi hotspots and premium stereos.
Safety and driver assistance features
We do not know what will be on the driving assistance technology list. For more information on the accident-test results of the 911 GT3, visit the websites of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHDSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
Guarantee and maintenance protection
Defined as competitive by Porsche and offers a powertrain warranty, it extends the maintenance period by a short complementary schedule. For example, Mercedes-AMG does not offer maintenance-free repairs.
- Limited warranty is four years or 50,000 miles
- The powertrain warranty is four years or 50,000 miles
- Congratulatory repairs can cost a year or 10,000 miles