Dynamic Engine Mounts, Heated Front Seats, Ceramic Composite Brakes-PCCB, Front Axle Lift System, Sound Package Plus, Adaptive Sport Seats, Self-Dim Mirrors & Rain Sensor, and PCM 3.0 w/Extended Navigation.
We just took in trade this 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 in Carrera White over a Black Alcantara interior, and equipped with a 6-Speed Manual Transmission. With only 17,800 miles from new, this is a very well kept and highly optioned GT3 that needs nothing to be enjoyed. No signs of paintwork, accident damage, or rust anywhere.
GT3 on a Porsche means a naturally aspirated, lightweight, and a track/racing focused-car. Just about every part has been carefully scrutinized by the folks in Zuffenhausen to make this car more aerodynamic, more powerful, and lighter for maximum efficiency and performance.
For 2010, Porsche’s engineers fit the 911 GT3 with a highly refined version of the 3.8-liter horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine found in other members of the current 911 family. The engine, based on the famous GT1, is unique with its application of Porsche’s VarioCam Plus variable valve-lift and timing technology operating on both intake and exhaust camshafts, rather than solely the intake. The 911 GT3 boasts a variable intake manifold and a special, low-restriction, large-capacity exhaust system that ensures optimum engine breathing, yet still keeps sound levels within public-road legal limits. The exhaust system’s unique, dual centrally mounted outlets beneath the rear bumper are an instant giveaway to the 911 GT3’s identity. The result of these refinements is a power plant that produces 430 horsepower at 7600 rpm and 317 lb-ft of torque at 6250 rpm, with a stratospheric 8500 rpm redline. As befits its ultra, high-performance capabilities and persona, the 911 GT3 comes only with a special six-speed manual gearbox with ratios designed to optimize the engine's extended rev range. A mechanical limited-slip differential provides optimal grip and rounds out the track-focused design.
Performance figures are quoted as 0-60 mph in 4.0 seconds, and a top speed of 194 mph.