2018 Porsche 911 GT3 VS BMW 8 Series

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Porsche 911 GT3 VS BMW 8 Series
Porsche 911 GT3 2018 VS BMW 8 Series 2018
2018 Porsche 911 GT3 VS 2018 BMW 8 Series

2018 Porsche 911 GT3:
The 911 GT3 is pure Porsche. It bridges the gap between motorsport and road driving, truly reflecting the core of the brand: successful on the race track, reliable in daily life. The new Porsche 911 GT3 strikes the balance like almost no other. This is all thanks to the completely new, six-cylinder naturally aspirated engine with 368 kW (500 hp), the high-speed engine concept, the revised chassis with near-motorsport tuning and the systematic lightweight construction. With a four-litre flat engine, the 911 GT3 generates its power using the same engine as the thoroughbred 911 GT3 Cup racing car. Developed on the same test track and manufactured on the same production line as the racing car, Porsche's motorsport technology has once again been incorporated into a road-approved sports car. As a result, Porsche's most successful GT sports car delivers an emotional mix of high performance and unfiltered driving feel. The majority of GT drivers also like to take their sports cars for a spin on the race track, which is where the new Porsche 911 GT3 really comes into its own thanks to a weight-to-power ratio of 3.88 kg/kW (2.86 kg/hp). With a seven-speed double-clutch transmission (PDK) that has been specifically tuned for the GT3 as standard, the two-seater weighs in at 1,430 kg with a full fuel tank and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds. It boasts a top speed of 318 km/h. For those who love pure unadulterated driving, Porsche also offers the 911 GT3 with a six-speed sports manual gearbox. This allows the high-performance 911 to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 320 km/h...

2018 BMW 8 Series:
What It Is: BMW’s upcoming 7-series-based 8-series coupe, covered in camouflage and penned in among other BMW prototypes. Expected to be larger than today’s two-door 6-series (the 6 can also be had in four-door Gran Coupe form), the 8-series will serve as BMW’s flagship coupe, just as its eponymous forebear did before it was discontinued in 1999. An interesting history note: When the original 8-series debuted in 1990, the smaller, less expensive 6-series went out of production—only to return a few years after the 8-series, which only survived for a single generation, faded from BMW showrooms. History will not repeat itself this time, however, as we anticipate BMW will add the 8-series to the lineup, keeping the smaller 6-series around to do battle with Mercedes-Benz’s upcoming E-class coupe. Why It Matters: Mercedes-Benz is moving back into the mega-upscale, mega-expensive two-door space with its gorgeous S-class–based coupe and cabriolet, and BMW must think there’s room for two Germans at that table. We think that a successor to the original 8-series, if it is somewhat sporty in the BMW vein, would make for an interesting alternative to the cushy, unabashedly comfort-oriented full-size Mercedes two-door, not to mention Bentley’s Continental or the next-generation Maserati GranTurismo....
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