2013 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

The 2013 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is the latest version of the world’s most successful racing car.

The 911 GT3 Cup is based on the ever-popular 911 GT3, a car that has sold over 2,400 units since it was first produced in 1998.

The GT3 Cup is designed and built purposefully for the race track.


General Info
Vehicle Type: Super Sport Coupe Est. Market Price: $ 239,220.00
Fuel Tank Capacity: 17.7 gal. (67l) MPG: NA
Length: 176.8 in. (449.0 cm) Wheelbase: 92.7 in. (235.4 cm)
Height: 50.4 in. (128.0 cm) Width: 72.9 in. (185.6 cm)
Luggage Capacity: 3.7 cu ft Maximum Seating: 2+2
Engine: Flat 6 DOHC Displacement: 3.8 Liter cc
Horsepower: 460 HP Max RPM: 7500 rpm
Horsepower per liter : 121.1 Transmission: 6-Speed Gearbox


The 2013 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup’s 3.8-liter engine is a naturally aspirated. Porsche has managed to squeeze and extra 10 horsepower from this engine, bringing the horsepower up to 460.
Drive power is delivered via the six-speed manual transmission from Porsche Motorsport. For the first time in a Porsche racing car, the gearshift is controlled by paddles mounted on the steering wheel.


The new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is instantly recognizable as a 911. The bonnet sweeps down to the grille, which is very low to the ground. The curving roof slopes down towards the rear, which is dominated by the huge spoiler. The twin exhausts outlets are mounted in the center.


The goal of the designers was to take driver safety to a new level. The driver cage is a totally new design that provides greater protection should the car be involved in a collision. The special racing seat is also newly designed, and is contoured to fit around the driver’s head and shoulders. Adjustable padding makes the seat adaptable for any driver.

Improved traction is evident by using a larger tire size. The front tire width has been increased to 27 centimeters (10.6 inches), and the rear to 31 centimeters (12.2 inches.)
The designers have fine-tuned the 2013 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, and redesigned the axle geometry. The net result of the redesigns and improvements is that the car is much easier to handle at top speed and in challenging conditions.