It all really started with a 911 - not only at Porsche, but also at Motion Drive, because the very first thing you could do was rent a Porsche from us! Although relatively biased and not necessarily the biggest Porsche fans, we let the "911″ experience work on us...and were convinced! We drove cars with more power before, we drove cars with better equipment and we drove cars with (seemingly) more comfort - but none comes close to knocking the iconic 911 off its throne. The 911 GT3 is the super-potent version of a regular 911, and feels most at home on the racetrack. One of the last in the 911 lineup to feature a naturally aspirated engine, it offers an unparalleled sound experience. The 3.8-liter six-cylinder boxer engine delivers 510 horsepower and gets the GT3 from 0 to 100 in just 3.4 seconds.
The Porsche 911 GT3 is the right supercar, if..
Driving dynamics above all else. Hardly any other sports car will give you such a direct and dynamic driving experience, and hardly any other is closer to racing. Porsche delivers a de facto cup car with road approval here, and this applies in particular to the current 992 model series. If you want to know what motorsport feels like live, you should simply rent a Porsche GT3.
History of the Porsche 911 GT3
The Porsche 911 GT3 is a high-performance sports car that has been in production since 1999. The GT3 is a track-oriented variant of the Porsche 911 designed for exceptional driving dynamics and handling. The first generation GT3, known as the 996 GT3, was introduced in 1999. It featured a 3.6-liter boxer engine that produced 360 horsepower and was available exclusively with a six-speed manual transmission. The 996 GT3 was praised for its handling and performance and quickly earned a reputation as one of the best driver's cars on the market. In 2003, Porsche introduced the second-generation GT3, which was based on the 996's successor, the 997. The 997 GT3 featured a more powerful 3.6-liter engine that produced 415 horsepower, as well as a number of performance upgrades, including improved aerodynamics, suspension and brakes. The 997 GT3 also introduced Porsche's active chassis management system, which allows drivers to adjust suspension settings to suit their driving style. In 2009, Porsche introduced the third-generation GT3, based on the 997's successor, the 991. The 991 GT3 featured a new 3.8-liter engine that produced 475 horsepower and was available with Porsche's first dual-clutch automatic transmission. The 991 GT3 also introduced rear-wheel steering, which improved the car's handling and stability. The fourth-generation GT3, based on the 991.2, was introduced in 2017. It featured a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter engine that produced 500 horsepower and was available with a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. The 991.2 GT3 also featured a revised aerodynamics package that improved downforce and grip. In 2021, Porsche introduced the latest generation GT3, based on the 992. The 992 GT3 features a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated engine with 502 horsepower and is available exclusively with a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic. The 992 GT3 also features a number of performance enhancements, including improved aerodynamics, suspension and brakes. Throughout its history, the Porsche GT3 has been praised for its performance, handling and driving dynamics, and it remains one of the most sought-after high-performance sports cars on the market. And that's what makes Porsche GT3 rentals so special!