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Porsche 911 GT3:

Every Porsche 911 GT3 interpretation possesses a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six that makes between 500 and 520 horsepower as it shrieks to a 9000-rpm redline. Its rear-mounted engine drives the back wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission or an optional six-speed manual. Despite these racecar-like numbers and its sharper handling, the GT3 RS was just as comfortable to drive as the lesser GT3, which is surprisingly compliant. Every model benefits from near telepathic steering and more body control than a professional belly dancer. 

Inside the GT3’s high-visibility cabin is the 911’s familiar styling, which includes a simplistic dashboard and an iconic gauge cluster with five circular modules. While the regular 911 can theoretically seat four, the GT3 removes the rear jump seats to save weight. The standard front sport seats have power adjustments, but the optional carbon-fiber full buckets weigh less and support more. These upgraded thrones are standard on the GT3 RS, but they can be swapped for the more adjustable seats at no cost. Of course, the GT3 can be personalized with countless options. And for those unimpressed by the non-RS’s rear wing, it can be deleted with the Touring package.

The GT3 Touring isn’t for the faint-hearted either – or should that be faint of wallet – despite being a slightly more sane variant than its nastier sibling. Pricing starts from $326,800 before on-road costs, you see. You do get a lot of power for your money, though.

The 4.0-litre flat-six engine is a masterpiece, perhaps more appealing for its lack of turbochargers, and despite that lack of forced induction, its outputs are prodigious: 368kW and 460Nm revving to a screaming 9000rpm.

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