2022 Porsche GT3 Review - The Last Manual Supercar?

The 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 Is A Masterclass Of Driver's Cars

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The 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 was made to smash lap times, with a sub 7-minute trip around Nurburgring, making it faster than the Porsche 918. The rear mounted engine is a naturally aspirated, 4.0L boxer six-cylinder, producing 502 horsepower and 346 lb-ft of torque. The car weighs 3,126 lbs with a manual transmission - you read correctly, it will indeed offer a manual transmission, or 3,164 lbs with 7-speed PDK. The car is wider, has more grip, and the engine is nearly direct out of the GT3 Cup racecar. Review below!

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Comments (8)

  • this makes me want a 996 GT3 MK2 so bad.... the world will miss manual... well only true gear heads will, most people won't give a sh*t

      21 days ago
    • Unfortunately you are right. The next gen will be excited over the “latest Graphic User Interface update” instead.

        21 days ago
    • the next gen of every car will be a tesla basically with an automatic a self drive feature and it will be an ev. Bye great noises hear them while you can

        18 days ago
  • PDK in Sport+ mode and paddle-shifting manually is heaven. All the fun of manual, less calories! (Manual all my life, since I began driving in '74. So shush haters!). It is soooooooooooo smooth, and in Sport+ it is crisp up and down, in any situation. Like "buttah." I drive hilly tracks like Barber and Road Atlanta, so the auto cant "see" what's coming, but I can! I have a manual -- but in PDK form. And it's really fun!

      19 days ago
  • Do y’all think it should be called a supercar or a sports car??

      19 days ago
  • ...note, I do think Jason has no business reviewing a car he has no skill to drive. Miss-shifting the PDK constantly is not a good idea, and he never pushed the car in any way. Who gave this guy the ride? Banal an insipid reviewers will not sell this car. Ewe. Fan boy.

      19 days ago