The new Porsche 911 GT3 PDK a hardcore car
|   Saturday, March 23, 2013
Porsche has been one of the leading automobile manufacturing companies of the world. The company has been in existence for quite a long time, and from the beginning of their existence, they have been consistently producing world class automobiles.

Porsche is one of the few companies who have mastered manufacturing both luxurious as well as high speed thrill cars. They have been producing both cars capable of reaching racing level high speed as well as some of the most luxurious cars, and have also managed to combine luxury and speed perfectly.
All the cars manufactured by this company are equally impressive and equally efficient.

One of the greatest productions from Porsche has been the 911. There have been a few versions of the car available in the market. All the models have been equally successful and have been well appreciated.

One of the latest inclusions to the variations of the Porsche 911 is the new Porsche 911 GT3. GT generally stands for Grand Touring. This car is filled in many exciting and new features, and as per words of an authority, the high performance car manager, the car has been changed for the better, making it one of the most emotionally attached and content cars of all times.
One of the leading attractions of the new Porsche 911 PDK GT3 is the new dual clutch gearbox. The gearbox in the car has been a subject to many changes, and it is hopefully going to be the driving reason behind the popularity of the new Porsche 911 GT3.

The two pedal system of the car has been a matter of concern for the authorities. Still, the authorities believe that the changes to this model are going to be reason enough to drive it to the peak of popularity.

There have been many changes to the dual clutch gearbox, the centre of attraction amongst many other attractions of the car. One of the major changes is shorter intermediate ratios in the gearbox. Another change is quicker and more aggressive shifts. The good thing about this is that it does not creep forward when a gear is changed.

The manual control override in the cabin has also suffered some changes for the better. One more interesting change in the gearlever, where the gearlever is sent a bit away in order to change the gear down and it is pulled forward in order to change the gear up. The column mounted shift paddles also have a better and shorter action.

The PDK is said to give the same driving experience as the manual gearbox. The authorities of the company promise the same experience driving the car as any top grade high speed luxurious car.

Most of the changes of the car have been made in accordance with the feedbacks received from the users of the previous models of the car. Andreas Preuninger speaks highly of the car. The changes made in the car, as per Andreas, are the best that could have been made.
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