Porsche 911 GT3 dimensions
Latest model: Porsche 911 GT3 (2011)
Length: 175.6 (in) = 4460 (mm)
Width: 76.9 (in) = 1952 (mm)
Height: 50.4 (in) = 1280 (mm)
Compare Porsche 911 GT3 dimensions to: Porsche 911 GT2, Nissan GT-R
Porsche 911 GT3 details:
The 2011 Porsche 911 remains the quintessential sports vehicle that only gets better with each passing year. Porsche 911 GT3 offers the following pros: Multiple models; precise steering; effortless acceleration; comprehensive brakes; all-wheel-drive option; roomy cockpit; surprisingly fuel-efficient; highly customizable. Porsche 911 GT3 drawbacks are: Feature prices add up rapidly.
The 2011 Porsche 911 is available in 19 various variations. The Carrera and Turbo models are available in coupe and convertible (cabriolet) body styles, while the Targa model is essentially a hatchback coupe with a big sunroof and back hatch made from glass. All-wheel drive and larger back fenders are added to the Turbo models and any 911 with "4" in its name. The bigger back fenders are also found on the GTS and Speedster. The GT3, GT3 RS, GT3 RS 4. 0and GT2 RS are coupe only, while the 911 Speedster is convertible only.
The Carrera and Targa trims come traditional with 18-inch wheels, performance tires, bi-xenon headlights, LED running lights, automatic wipers, a metal sunroof, cruise control, automatic conditioning, leather upholstery, power-reclining front seatings (with manual fore-aft and height adjustment), split-folding back seatings and a tilt-and-telescoping helm. Also traditional is a touchscreen controls interface, Bluetooth and a nine-speaker audio with CD/DVD player, an optional stereo slot and an Ipod/usb stereo interface.
The Cabriolet contains a performance soft top, while the Targa contains a bigger, more complex sunroof and a back hatch, both made from glass. The S trims add a more comprehensive motor, 19-inch wheels, an adaptive suspension and a smaller-diameter helm. The GTS gets more performance, special wheels and original layout flourishes for the look, plus faux-suede trim for the seatings, shift lever and helm. The 911 Speedster is essentially a Carrera S Cabriolet with almost all of the available features, plus more performance and special look and dashboard trim.
The Turbo adds to the Carrera a turbocharged motor, 19-inch forged wheels, a more aggressive suspension tune, original body look-and-feel, full performance front seatings, a full leather dashboard, auto-dimming dashboard and driver-side mirrors and a 13-speaker Bose surround-sound system. The Turbo S adds more performance, an automated manual transmission, carbon-ceramic brakes, adaptive sport seatings and the availability of special two-tone dashboard color schemes.
Besides motor and body style attributes, most extra features available on upper trims are auxillary on lower trims. The rest of the features list is enormous, featuring an endless number of customizable features that will let you paint the look any color or wrap just about anything in leather. Regular features include various wheels, a limited-slip differential, adaptive headlights, shift paddles for the PDK automated manual transmission (standard on Turbo), a sport exhaust, parking sensors, sport seatings (in three various designs), heated seatings, ventilated seatings, a heated helm, various helm designs, a navigator, a Six-cd/dvd changer, voice controls and radio.
The ultra-high-performance 911 variations delete the back jump seatings. The GT3 gets 19-inch center-lock wheels, a limited-slip differential, improved suspension and brakes, a original body kit, full underbody paneling, manual-adjustable sport seatings and faux-suede trim for the seatings, helm and shifter. Certain luxury and comfort features like Bluetooth and the Ipod/usb stereo interface revert rear to the features list, while the audio system is a downgraded four-speaker unit. The GT3 RS gets more horsepower, even more aggressive suspension tuning, a plastic back window (for weight reduction), a fixed carbon-fiber back wing and original bodywork flourishes.
The top-of-the-line GT2 RS essentially takes the GT3 RS and adds a more comprehensive version of the Turbo's motor -- albeit with rear-wheel drive. Also included are carbon-ceramic brakes, a more aggressive aero suite, carbon-fiber body panels and look-and-feel flourishes. The GT3 RS 4. 0is alike, but gets a bigger motor.
The GT2 and both examples of the GT3 can be equipped with many of the regular 911's auxillary items, but not all. The auxillary updated audio for these vehicles is the Carrera's base nine-speaker system, and there are a number of further performance upgrades available as well. .