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Why should you buy a 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 in Pittsburgh, PA, Near North Hills & McCandless?

The 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 for sale at Porsche Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania - near North Hills, McCandless, South Fayette, Robinson Township, Pine Richland, Collier, Gibsonia, Valencia, Treesdale, Nevillewood, North Park, Fox Chapel, Canonsburg, Greensburg, Venetia, and the North Allegheny School District - will satisfy your need for thrilling power.

The 2021 Porsche 911 GT3: What We Like

The 4.0L naturally-aspirated boxer 6-cylinder engine generates an astounding 502 hp/346 lb.-ft. of torque and zooms from 0-60 mph in as fast as 3.2 seconds1. The standard transmission pairing is a 6-speed manual, or you can choose the available 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (automatic transmission).

The exterior offers aggressive style and creates incredible downforce with its rear wing and large front openings. Meanwhile, you'll be comfortably cradled in black leather, heated front sport seats with bolsters as you listen to your favorite driving tunes using the Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™.

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2021 Porsche 911-GT3   design

Fighting the headwind: the front fascia of the new 911 GT3 with its large openings. The incoming air cools the brakes, the coated air intake grilles protect against foreign objects. The air outlets in the central radiator are now integrated into the Carbon Fiber hood and emphasizes the motorsport look.Downforce. Balance. Cooling. Everything must be in harmony. The wide front spoiler lip ensures additional downforce on the front axle. Thanks to the new front diffuser, downforce on the front axle and vehicle balance can now be adjusted in stages. Together with the aerodynamically improved underbody panelling, downforce on the front axle and vehicle balance can be optimally coordinated. The air control elements behind the front wheels have been completely revised and now deliver twice the amount of downforce with the same air resistance.


2021 Porsche 911-GT3   performance

For the first time in a 911 GT3, a double wishbone front suspension has been installed. The system is derived directly from the 911 RSR ‐ and brings you valuable seconds ahead in the 911 GT3.

The responsiveness of the front axle has been significantly improved once again through this axle principle ‐ and the associated lower friction in the shock absorbers. In addition, the new axle geometry allows for a set-up that provides greater cornering stability and even more immediate steering response. For even faster cornering speeds.


2021 Porsche 911-GT3   technology

Time is precious? In all honesty, at this point we take it a little more precisely. Because here we are talking about tenths and hundredths of a second.

In addition to analog and digital stopwatches on the dashboard, the optional Chrono Package offers the following functions: PCM is upgraded to include a special performance display, enabling you to display, store and evaluate recorded lap times. In this way, the driver can view the current lap time and distance, number of laps completed and other times achieved so far ‐ accurate to a hundredth of a second, of course. It is also possible to view the current fastest lap and range until empty. Any travelled distances can be recorded and benchmark times defined.


2021 Porsche 911-GT3   safety

No time to lose ‐ even when decelerating. A newly developed and particularly powerful brake system is the reliable basis for this. The standard cast-iron and aluminum composite brake discs now have a diameter of 408mm on the front axle ‐ 28mm more than the predecessor ‐ and 380mm on the rear axle. Thanks to the vacuum brake booster, which has also been re-engineered, the braking force can now be applied even more precisely and as required.

The red six-piston aluminum brake calipers on the front axle and the four-piston equivalents at the rear are designed as monobloc units. For greater inherent stability and faster response when applying and releasing the brake, even under extreme loads.

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