Test days that include a new Porsche 911 GT3 don’t come around often. Since 1999, when we tested the first 996-generation GT3 R race car, MotorTrend has “run the numbers” on just 11 GT3s, including the even more track-focused GT3 RS models. The latest, all-new 992-series 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 we recently reviewed is the 12th installment of the GT3 developed by the company’s famed GT division, and if you’re wondering how the new GT3’s numbers measure up to those of its outstanding predecessors, well, hold on to your balaclava.
Acceleration: 2022 911 GT3 Defeats 2018 911 GT3 (and a Bunch of Others)
You might not necessarily feel the acceleration differences between the 500-hp, 339-lb-ft 991.2-generation GT3 and the 502-hp, 346-lb-ft 2022 911 GT3, but our test data reveals them. For the full story, check out this article from Motor Trend.