How much would you pay for the fastest naturally-aspirated 911 yet? Porsche announces at the New York Auto Show where it celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Porsche may have had nothing new to show in New York this year, but it did bring the new 911 GT3 to America for the first time. And while it was at it, the German automaker announced US pricing for the track-focused sportscar. With a naturally-aspirated 3.8-liter flat-six driving 475 hp to the rear wheels through a seven-speed DCT, the latest 911 GT3 will set American buyers back $130,400, plus a compulsory $950 destination charge. Pricey, sure, but a relative bargain for a 3.5-second 0-62 time and a 7:30 Nordschleife lap.