Porsche 992 GT3 Cup 

Stronger, faster, more spectacular: the new 911 GT3 Cup

Porsche has unveiled the latest generation of the world’s top-selling racing car: the new 911 GT3 Cup.

From the start of the 2021 season, this racer will be campaigned in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup as well as the national Porsche Carrera Cups in Germany, France, Asia and Benelux and for the first time in North America. The spectacularly styled Cup car is the first racing version based on the current 992 generation and the first makes-cup racer of the sports car manufacturer to feature a wide turbo-spec body. Producing around 375 kW (510 hp), it exceeds the output of its immediate predecessor by 25 horsepower. Moreover, the new GT3 Cup can run on synthetic fuels, which significantly lowers CO₂ emissions under racing conditions. The lap times of the completely new Cup 911 should be slashed by a good one per cent, depending on the track layout.



Water-cooled 6-cylinder boxer engine
Displacement 3,996 cm3; stroke 81.5 mm; bore 102 mm
Max. power: 375 kW (510PS) at 8,400 rpm
Max. torque: 470 Nm at 6,150 rpm
Max. rpm: 8,750 rpm
Single throttle butterfly system
Intake manifold with two resonance flaps
Dry-sump lubrication with oil-water heat exchanger
Race exhaust system with DMSB certified catalytic converter
Engine control unit Bosch MS 6.6
Single-mass flywheel
Fuel quality: Superplus unleaded, to E20 (min. 98 octane)


Porsche six-speed sequential dog-type gearbox.
Gear ratios: Ring & pinion gear 15/23 i = 1.533 – Final drive 16/39 i = 2.438 – 1st gear 13/41 i = 3.154 – 2nd gear 17/40 i = 2.353 – 3rd gear 20/37 i = 1.850 – 4th gear 24/36 i = 1.500 – 5th gear 24/30 i = 1.250 – 6th gear 28/30 i = 1.071
Internal pressure-oil lubrication with active oil cooling by oil-water heat exchanger
Mechanical limited slip differential
Three-plate sintered metal racing clutch
Paddle shift with electronic shift barrel actuator


Lightweight body featuring intelligent aluminum-steel composite design
Integrated (welded) roll-cage in accordance with FIA regulations (permitted for co-driver usage on circuit events)
Front cover with integrated quick-release fasteners; cooler exit-air duct and central air intake for cockpit ventilation
Removeable rescue hatch in accordance with the latest FIA safety regulations
Mounting points for lifting device
Fenders with extensions
Widened front bumper with spoiler lip
Rear bodywork with integrated rain light in accordance with FIA regulations

Lightweight exterior:
Carbon-fiber reinforced plastic doors with quick release push button
Carbon-fiber reinforced plastic rear lid with integrated quick-release fasteners; removeable
Carbon-fiber reinforced plastic adjustable rear wing with ‘swan neck’ mounting (11 positions)
Polycarbonate windows with hard coating
Rear underbody paneling with NACA ducts for brake, driveshaft and shift barrel actuator cooling

Modified 911 cockpit:
Carbon- fiber reinforced plastic interior trim panels
Ergonomic digital touch panel with multi-colour backlight aligned towards driver
Multifunctional carbon-fiber reinforced plastic motorsport steering wheel with quick release coupling, shift paddles and illuminated push buttons
Adjustable steering column with steering angle sensor
Safety nets (center and driver’s side) in accordance with latest FIA safety regulations
Optimised cockpit ventilation featuring airflow directed at driver
Racing bucket seat in accordance with FIA standard 8862/2009 / infinite longitudinal adjustment, two positions for height and inclination adjustment / padding system in four sizes to adapt seat to individual drivers (delivered with size M) / preparation for seat ventilation )
Six-point racing safety harness
FT3 safety fuel cell (approx. 110 liters) and dry break couplings for fueling and draining using a fully enclosed system
‘Fuel Cut-Off’ safety valve in accordance with FIA regulations
Integrated air-jack system (three jacks) with valve mounting points on either side of the car


Forged control arms & top mounts (stiffness optimised / heavy-duty spherical bearings with dust protection)
Wheel hubs with center-lock wheel nut
Shock absorbers with motorsport-specific valve characteristics, non-adjustable
Double-blade type adjustable anti-roll bars
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Front axle:
Double wishbone front suspension, adjustable ride height, camber and toe
Electric power steering with manual function to ease car maneuvering

Rear axle:
Multi-link rear suspension, ride height adjustment, camber and toe
Motorsport driveshafts optimised for reliability and durability
Brake system
Two independent brake circuits incorporating front and rear axle brake pressure sensors, driver-adjustable brake force distribution via brake balance system.
Racing brake pads
Optimised brake ducts
Ergonomic brake pedal positioning

Front axle:
Six-piston aluminum monobloc racing brake calipers with ‘anti knock-back’ piston springs
Ventilated 380 mm x 32 mm steel brake discs mounted on aluminum disc bells

Rear axle:
Four-piston aluminum monobloc racing brake calipers with ‘anti knock-back’ piston springs
Ventilated 380 mm x 32 mm steel brake discs mounted on aluminum disc bells
Typical GT rim/tyre combination
Front axle:
Single piece center-lock alloy wheels conforming to Porsche specification and design, 12J x 18
Treaded Michelin transportation tyres; tyre size: 30/65-18

Rear axle:
Single piece center-lock alloy wheels conforming to Porsche specification and design, 13J x 18
Treaded Michelin transportation tyres; tyre size: 31/71-18
Electrical system
10.3” Porsche colour display
Porsche logger
Porsche power box
Fire extinguisher system (extinguishing agent: NOVEC gas)
Lightweight 12V, 60Ah battery (LiFePO4) leak-proof, installed in co-driver’s footwell
Digital touch panel with multi-colour backlight
175A alternator
Single-arm windscreen wiper with direct drive (intermittent and continuous operation)
Three additional center console switches for additional power consumers
Data connection (data logger, video system)

LED Lighting system:
Main headlights
Daytime running lights
Rainlight in compliance with FIA homologation regulations

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