Porsche's customer racing division unveils its latest race car, the first racing version based on the 992, the 911 GT3 Cup. The first car from the brand to feature a wide turbo-spec body, the GT3 Cup is powered by a water-cooled 4.0L flat-six that produces 510 hp and 346 lb-ft of torque. Aerodynamic enhancements not only contribute to the car's increased downforce and improved handling but the new upgrades also give the GT3 Cup a more muscular look than previous models.
The car also features a control element inspired by the one found in the 919 Hybrid for easy access to functions such as lighting, ventilation, and tire swaps and a redesigned 10.3" monitor keeps drivers informed of all the key data with a clear, easy to read UI. Additional features include a complete accessory kit, brake calipers that can be changed faster, textile attachment points for the tow ropes, a central nozzle for a fire extinguisher, and improved ergonomics for the safety quick releases.
Deliveries for the GT3 Cup will commence in February 2021.