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The Porsche Carrera GT is the successor of the Porsche 911 GT1 Straßenversion. The concept of the car was unveiled in 2000. Sportscar international named the Carrera GT number one on its list of top 10 sportscars of the 2000s, and number 8 on top 10 sportscars of all time.
The car itself is powered by a 5.7L V10 engine. The V10 was a unit secretly built by Porsche for the Footwork Formula One team in 1992, but later shelved. The engine was resurrected for the Le Mans prototype and increased in size to 5.7 litres.
Porsche originally planned to produce 1,500 but the plan was discontinued in 2006 due to new airbag regulations in the United States. Its successor is the Porsche 918 Spyder (2013-2015).
The Porsche Carrera GT is available in two series:
- Pro/Am Supercar Club career series in the Pro category
- V10 Showdown Series bonus series in the Pro category
This vehicle can be acquired for R$449,900 or R$359,920 with showcase discount, with a shipping time of 15 hours. It can sometimes be bought for 265 as a 'Get it Now' price, unlocking V10 Showdown Series.
This vehicle is used in the following special events:
- Used in Road To Le Mans in Stages 2 and 3.
|44.4|| 205 mph|
|3.79 s|| 101.0 ft|
| Max PR|
| 212 mph|
|3.42 s|| 94.5 ft|
| Max PR|
| 215 mph|
|3.34 s|| 94.0 ft|
|1.11 g|| +54 |
| Top Speed|
For upgrades, including PR values, please see the project page Porsche Carrera GT, please be aware PR values can vary, depending on the upgrade order.
|Pro/Am Supercar Club|
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|V10 Showdown Series|
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