Twenty inches instead of the 19 on the predecessor model. Another improvement to dynamic performance that brings you closer to the sporty limit. The wheels are platinum-coloured and made from a forged alloy.
The central locking device with ‘GT3’ logo is derived from motorsport. Compared with the conventional five-bolt wheel connection, it offers enhanced performance thanks to the reduction in rotating masses. And, of course, it ensures a faster wheel change, which is vital when you’re in the pit and the clock is ticking.
Tyre sizes are 245/35 ZR 20 on 9 J x 20 at the front and 305/30 ZR 20 on 12 J x 20 at the rear.
Road-legal sports tyres on the new 911 GT3 help to provide the grip it needs. Bear in mind, however, that the reduced tread depth increases the risk of aquaplaning on wet surfaces.
Tyre Pressure Monitoring (TPM) is fitted as standard in the new 911 GT3. Not only does it send warnings to the on-board computer’s display screen in the event of a gradual or sudden loss of pressure, it also features a racetrack mode. This takes into consideration the pressure and temperature characteristics of the tyres on the circuit and precisely monitors the pressure set in each individual tyre. In other words, TPM is designed around your sporting passion.
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