The new 911 GT3's interior has leaked in all its glory.
Now that the 992-generation Porsche 911 Carrera and 911 Turbo has launched, we're eagerly anticipating the arrival of the new next-generation 911 GT3. Over the last few months, Porsche has been caught testing camouflaged prototypes of the new track-focused 911. Ahead of the car's debut, leaked photos discovered on social media show the new 911 GT3's interior in all its glory. They appear to be sourced from promotional images by Porsche, so a full reveal or an official preview can't too far away.
As expected, the new 911 GT3 looks almost identical inside to the new 911 Carrera and Turbo, incorporating a digital instrument cluster with GT3-specific graphics and logos and a 10.9-inch touchscreen infotainment display.
The car's sporty silhouette is also displayed on the digital instrument cluster while the rev counter confirms the 911 GT3 will rev up to 9,000 rpm. We also get to see the new 911 GT3's standard leather steering wheel.
Powering the new 911 GT3 will be a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six engine that should deliver more power than the current 911 GT3, which is rated at 500 hp and 339 lb-ft. As we can see in the leaked photos, the new 911 GT3 will be equipped with a manual transmission, but a PDK dual-clutch transmission will also be available. The 911 GT3 shown here also features leather sports seats with blue stitching and a roll cage.
Additional leaked photos also give us a clear look at the car's prominent rear wing that matches the design of recent prototypes we've caught in the wild.
Now that photos of the new 911 GT3 have leaked, we shouldn't have to wait long for Porsche's new track-focused sports car to debut. Bring a Trailer recently advertised a build slot for a new Porsche GT model being unveiled in late January 2021, which could be the new GT3. Alternatively, it could be a new lightweight limited-edition version of the Porsche 911 Turbo that was recently caught undergoing testing.