With a more advanced aerodynamics package and weight balance, this GT3 racing series car has a larger engine.

Porsche 911 GT3 R will compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship and North American IMSA series after the GT3 class is introduced in 2024.

Porsche GT3 Rs have water-cooled flat-six engines that are 4.2 litres bigger than the road car's 4.0 litres.

A sequential constant mesh gearbox mated to the engine produces 585 horsepower.

A steering-mounted paddle shifter makes quick gear shifts possible. Power is sent to the rear wheels.

390mm discs on the front and 370mm discs on the rear are used in the sports brake calipers by AP Racing.

Taking heavily from the suspension setup of the 911 RSR, the 911 GT3 R's suspension is altered.

As far as aerodynamics and style are concerned, the 911 GT3 R's body kit is well balanced.

The wheel arches on the front and rear of the vehicle also have large air intakes.

In front of the GT3 R, a big splitter is attached to the bumper, and both sides are fitted with canards.

With a multi-switch concept based on the Le Mans class winner, the car features an 10.3-inch display behind the steering wheel.

GT3 will be made a professional category for the 24 hours of Le Mans in 2024 as part of the FIA WEC.

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