This back-to-basics model comes with a stripped-down interior and uses a series of performance-enhancing features to ramp up its dynamic properties and provide a truer driving experience.
This car features subtle exterior styling changes, compared to the standard car, including an altered front bumper with a more prominent splitter element, grey metallic exterior mirror housings, 20-inch alloy wheels, reworked slats within the engine lid and centrally mounted tailpipes pained in black.
It is available in nine different exterior colours, including Black, Lava Orange, Guards Red, Racing Yellow, White and Miami Blue, as well as metallic Carrara White, Jet Black and GT Silver.
The 911 Carrera T uses the same turbocharged 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol engine as the standard 911 Carrera, which makes 370hp and 450Nm, mated to a standard seven-speed manual gearbox. The company will also sell a seven-speed dual-clutch PDK automatic featuring a launch control mode as well.
The car’s claimed 0-100kph time of 4.5sec, is 0.1sec faster than the 911 Carrera, in standard manual guise. The car can also reach 200kph from standstill in 15.1sec. The version with the optional dual-clutch automatic gearbox, gets to the 0-100kph and 0-200kph times in 4.2sec and 14.5sec respectively.
Porsche recently introduced the more driver-focused 911 GT3 in India at ₹2.31 crore (ex-showroom, India).