Porsche has been caught testing the new 911 GT3 alongside the Cayman GT4 RS.
Not long after the interior leaked, the all-new Porsche 911 GT3 has once again been caught in the wild by our spy photographers before its official debut. At this stage of testing, the 911 GT3 is practically camo-free, with only a thin black wrap disguising its aggressive body.
The prototype was being tested alongside its baby brother, the upcoming Cayman GT4 RS, when the drivers decided to make a stop at an autobahn parking lot, allowing our spy photographers to get up close and personal with the two German sports cars. With the door open as the driver leaves the car, we can see the GT3 prototype is finished in Gulf Blue underneath the wrap. The test drivers soon noticed our prying photographers and took off quickly, but it was too late.
Our sources say the scene looked like the start of a Le Mans race, with the GT3 driver running to the open-door sports car. In addition to the wrap, Porsche has attempted to conceal the car's identity by covering up the GT3 badging, but the German automaker isn't fooling anyone. Look closely, and you can even see the GT3 badge hiding underneath the wrap on the back. The massive fixed rear wing and vented hood are also clear indicators that we're looking at the new GT3.
Our spies didn't get any shots of the cabin, but leaked photos have already shown the GT3's interior will look similar to its 911 Carrera and 911 Turbo siblings, featuring a new digital display with GT3-specific graphics and a 10.9-inch touchscreen infotainment display.
Power will be sourced by Porsche's 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six engine rumored to deliver 510 hp, which is 10 more ponies than the current GT3, paired with either a manual or PDK dual-clutch transmission.
Spied alongside the GT3, the new Cayman GT4 RS is expected to produce around 500 hp from its 4.0-liter flat-six engine, up from 414 hp. A recent build slot advertised by Bring a Trailer suggests the new GT3 will debut in late January 2021, so we don't have to wait much longer for Porsche's new track-focused 911 to be unleashed. Unless more official photos leak, this will likely be our best look at the new GT3 before the covers officially come off.