Magnus Walker reviews the 2022 Porsche 911 GT3
The Urban Outlaw explains what makes it so revolutionary
Seven generations of development have led to this point. Magnus Walker rates the 2022 Porsche GT3 where it matters. Based on the lessons from the RSR racing program, the GT vehicles continue to move from Carreras from regular production.
From the windshield on, the GT3’s suspension is not shared with smaller models. Porsche developed a double wishbone front end to offer more grip than the MacPherson struts. The aerodynamics are dominated by hood vents and a gooseneck rear spoiler. Rear wheel steering was a topic he hopefully will address in the future. For years, Porsche has had customers waiting for this in development. Let us know what you like about the new GT3 in the comments below, and stay with us for all of your Magnus Walker news.
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