The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is produced in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen on the same assembly line as the road legal Porsches. The car is then taken to the Motorsport Centre in Weissach where it gets its superpowers courtesy of some fine tuning and is then tested by a professional race driver.
New components include the single piece race wheels with centre mount. The width of the Michelin race slicks was increased by two centimetres to 27 centimetres at the front, and by ten millimetres at the rear to 31 centimetres. Porsche says the 911 GT3 Cup also gets a newly developed race braking system. The biggest improvement is the endurance quality compared to the braking system in the previous generation GT3 Cup. The race spec 911 gets 380 millimetre slotted and inner-vented steel brake rotors at the front and six-piston aluminium fixed callipers. The rear axle features a four-piston calliper.
The basic retail price for the vehicle, exclusively available to drivers of a Porsche racing series and in white exterior colour only is 181,200 Euros. The cost of course, does not include country-specific import duty and taxes.