Indian sportscar enthusiasts will, for the first time, be able to officially buy the more driver-focused 911 GT3.

The car features unique front and rear bumpers, and intake scoops on the engine cover. But what you’ll definitely notice is the large fixed rear wing. There are more functional aerodynamic enhancements here than in any of the standard models.

This car is powered by a new 4.0-litre flat-six that produces 500hp and 460Nm. This engine is the only remaining naturally aspirated motor in the Porsche 911 range. This car, however, is the facelifted version of this current-gen 911 GT3, but this one’s motor is significantly different to both its predecessors and upgraded from the one in the 911 GT3 RS and 911 R.

The 911 GT3 is said to be firmer and more track-focused than the other cars in the range, but still comfortable enough to use on the road, it’s even setup a little softer than the even-more-hardcore RS models. With an estimated price-tag of ₹2.23 crore (ex-showroom), this car is exactly on par with Mercedes-AMG’s GT R.

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