The Porsche 911 GT3 has always been a favourite among sports car enthusiasts, and the latest 992 generation is no exception. The GT3 is part of Porsche’s GT range of cars, which includes models like the Cayman GT4 and the 911 GT2 RS. These cars are designed for enthusiasts who want a more visceral driving experience than what Porsche’s regular line-up offers. They are track-focused models intended to be driven hard and fast and come with a host of performance-enhancing features. In the case of the GT3, these include rear-wheel steering, a carbon-fibre wing, and a suspension system optimised for track use.
The Touring version of the GT3, presented here in befitting Crayon colour, offers a more subtle, understated appearance than its sibling. It takes a more traditional approach, with a toned-down exterior devoid of the fixed rear wing and other aggressive aerodynamic elements, which allows drivers to fly under the radar while still enjoying the performance and handling of a track-focused sports car.
The GT3 Touring also offers a more luxurious interior, with leather and Alcantara upholstery and more sound insulation to reduce cabin noise. The interior in this example is further enhanced with contrasting seatbelts and its sport chrono dial in yellow.