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Manufacturer Porsche 911 GT2 (2003)
2005
Showcase Porsche 911 GT2 (2003)
Class S
Icon Engine Rear-Mounted
Icon Drivetrain RWD
Icon Transmission Manual 6-speed
Icon Gold 120 Icon Gold
Icon Service R$1,205
2 hours 25 minutes

In 1999, the 993-generation 911 was replaced with the new 996 model. It would be two years before a new GT2 model would arrive; during that time, Porsche decided to abandon the GT2 for motorsports use, instead concentrating on the new naturally aspirated 911 GT3.

Developed primarily as a road car in contrast to its predecessor, the Porsche 911 GT2 (2003) featured a twin-turbocharged version of the GT3's 3.6 L engine. Like the 993 GT2, its body differed significantly from those of other 996 variants; major differences included wider fenders, a more aggressively shaped nose, and a large rear wing. According to a road test done by car and driver magazine, the GT2 suffers from hardly any turbo lag.

Availability

The Porsche 911 GT2 (2003) is available in three series:

This vehicle was added in the Porsche Update (v1.3.5) released in September 2013. It is unlocked by earning 13 trophies in 50 Years of 911, 11 trophies in 6 Cyl Mastery, or as soon as Track Aces is unlocked.

This vehicle can be acquired for 120 Icon Gold or 96 Icon Gold with showcase discount. It can sometimes be bought for 175 Icon Gold as a 'Get it Now' price unlocking 50 Years of 911.

Characteristics

Stage PR
(Upgrades)
Top Speed Acc. Braking Cornering Cost Parts
Initial
w/ Icon Gold
35.9 198 mph
318 kph
4.00 s 102.0 ft
31.0 m
1.00 g 120 Icon Gold
(96 Icon Gold)
Max PR
w/ R$
45.8
(4303222)
206 mph
332 kph
3.35 s 97.0 ft
29.5 m
1.11 g R$331,600
(+R$274,700)
16
5
Max PR
w/ Icon Gold
53.5
(7474333)
220 mph
354 kph
2.90 s 95.0 ft
28.9 m
1.15 g +160 Icon Gold
(315 Icon Gold)
10
31
Top Speed
(kph)
0 100 200 300 400 500 600
318 354
Acc.
(s)
9.03 7.79 6.39 4.98 3.58 2.18 0.78
4.00 2.90
Braking
(m)
53.3 46.4 38.6 30.9 23.1 15.3 7.5
31.0 28.9
Cornering
(g)
0.46 0.84 1.42 2.14 3.01 4.04 5.21
1.00 1.15

Upgrades (31)

Reset
Upgrade Duration R$icon Icon Gold
1 Engine: Cold Air Intake 30 Minutes 14,900 4
2 Engine: High-Performance Engine Tuning 1 Hour 22,300 6
3 Engine: High Performance Throttle Body 2 Hours 30 Minutes 33,500 9
4 Engine: Increase Engine Bore 4 Hours 50,200 12
5 Engine: Competition Cam-shaft 20
6 Engine: Competition Cylinder Heads 12 Hours 112,900 30
7 Engine: Uprated Turbocharger Kit 46
1 Drivetrain: Lightweight Performance Flywheel 30 Minutes 13,800 3
2 Drivetrain: Uprated Sports Driveshaft 1 Hour 20,800 5
3 Drivetrain: Race-Spec Lightweight Differential 2 Hours 30 Minutes 31,100 8
4 Drivetrain: Competition Sports Gearbox 12
1 Body: Polycarbonate Window Replacements 3
2 Body: Weight Reduction 1 Hour 16,500 4
3 Body: Carbon Fibre Panels 2 Hours 30 Minutes 24,700 6
4 Body: General Body Refinement 4 Hours 37,100 10
5 Body: Aero Optimised Undertray 15
6 Body: Advanced Body Refinement 12 Hours 83,500 22
7 Body: Advanced Weight Reduction 34
1 Suspension: Carbon Fibre Strut Bar 30 Minutes 12,700 3
2 Suspension: Performance Sway Bars 1 Hour 19,000 5
3 Suspension: Advanced Suspension Tuning 2 Hours 30 Minutes 28,600 7
4 Suspension: Fully Adjustable Racing Shocks 10
1 Exhaust: Uprated Hi-Flow Catalytic Converter 30 Minutes 12,500 3
2 Exhaust: Custom Exhaust Headers 1 Hour 18,800 5
3 Exhaust: Competition Turbo-back Exhaust 7
1 Brakes: Uprated Competition Brake Pads 30 Minutes 9,700 2
2 Brakes: Uprated Competition Calipers 1 Hour 14,600 4
3 Brakes: Uprated Carbon Ceramic Vented Brake Discs 6
1 Tires & Wheels: Camber & Toe Adjustments 30 Minutes 11,600 3
2 Tires & Wheels: High-Grip Performance Compound 1 Hour 17,500 4
3 Tires & Wheels: Lightweight Racing Rims 7
TOTAL: 31 20 Hours 331,600
+274,700
=606,300
160 /
315

For upgrades, including PR values, please see the project page Porsche 911 GT2 (2003), please be aware PR values can vary, depending on the upgrade order.

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