Snagging spy shots that show pre-release vehicles without the guise of camouflage is the equivalent of finding gold in the automotive realm. Speaking in these terms, Porsche of Fremont is pleased to say we're very rich. Recently, we discovered a set of photos of the forthcoming 2013 Porsche 911 GT3 testing at Nürburgring.
Though the awe-inspiring Porsche auto won't arrive stateside until early 2013, here's what we know right now. Starting with the engine, the new 911 GT3 will grab 450 ponies from the same 3.8 liter six-cylinder found in the 911 Carrera S. While exact sprint and speed times haven't been pinned down, industry experts estimate the forthcoming Porsche model to gallop from 0-60 in under 4.0 seconds and hit top speeds of approximately 200 mph. How's that for stunning performance?
As far as looks go, the auto is set to be extremely attractive. More specifically the Porsche 911 GTS will trim down on pounds for 2013 and get the following refreshed parts: new front bumper, larger air intakes, a front spoiler, dual central exhaust pipes, and a larger rear wing. At the command of motorsports racers, Porsche has limited transmission options and will only serve up a seven-speed PDK dual-clutch offering.
Porsche of Fremont at 5740 Cushing Parkway Fremont, CA 94538 wishes we could keep unraveling the model's details but that's all we've got for now. As 2013 inches closer and new Porsche vehicle information starts to unfold, we promise to keep those in the Fremont area informed.