The 911 GT America features a Porsche flat-six 4.0 liter racing engine which will produce 470 hp and utilizes a six-speed sequential gearbox with pneumatic paddle shift system and electronic throttle. The car is based on the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup racer that currently exclusively runs in the Porsche Supercup series, and features lightweight bodywork with aluminum-steel composite construction, a fuel safety cell with new quick-fill connection, new color Cosworth dash display, and new safety equipment including a rescue opening in the roof allow use of the KED system for driver stabilization.
A newly developed race braking system further improves the excellent endurance qualities compared to its successful predecessor. The 380 millimeter slotted and inner-vented steel brake rotors at the front axle are decelerated by six-piston aluminium fixed callipers. The rear axle features a four-piston version.
Powertrain: 4.0-liter aluminum six-cylinder rear-mounted boxer engine, 470 hp; Porsche six-speed sequential dog-type gearbox/pneumatic paddle shift system
Aerodynamics: new front spoiler/defuser; new design rear cover and carbon-fiber under tray to maximize aerodynamic balance with USCR-spec rear wing
Endurance package: includes quick-release couplings for all brake calipers; fast-fill refueling system for oil; oil level display
Information courtesy of Alex Job Racing.