Just a few days ago we had the news of the registration of the code 919 by the German brand, a clear indication of a possible study involving a new and mysterious sports car signed by the House of Zuffenhausen. Now, however, the German surprises its fans by publishing on the web the first video dedicated to the new 911 GT3 CUP 2013. In the short film the protagonist is a child who sees the car racing and dreams of becoming a pilot. As an adult the dream has come true and follow each other in rapid succession the images that immortalize the most “racing” of the 911 hurtling on a path full of curves. It is possible to admire the “race ready” of the car that stands out for the classic two-tone livery and the word CUP that looks great on both sides. Also even the huge rear wing aerodynamics located at the base of the rear window and are adjustable according to the requirements of the track do not go unnoticed.
Porsche 911 GT3 CUP 2013 top
Porsche 911 GT3 CUP 2013 front
Porsche 911 GT3 CUP 2013 rear
Some of the frames of the video show the cockpit which is virtually stripped of all unnecessary so as to favor the lightness of the car: the new dashboard made of carbon and ultra-light materials is home to the new commands that recall the racing world.
Porsche 911 GT3 CUP 2013 dashboard
Porsche 911 GT3 CUP 2013 front seat
The 911 GT3 Cup is the same name used in single-brand championships and the latest edition represented by the 911 GT3 CUP 2012 uses the six-cylinder naturally aspirated 3.8-liter boxer capable of delivering a power of 450 hp at 8500 rpm/min with downloaded alloy wheels of 18 inches, covered with Michelin racing tires measuring 25/64-18 30/68-18 front and rear. Depending on the type of competition it is used in this vehicle can be equipped with a sophisticated braking system equipped with carbon-ceramic discs while the adoption of a new and large tank of 100 liters equipped with a nozzle on the front hood allows the car to participate in most of endurance races.
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