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911 GT3 3.8 – 475 ch

Double Porsche 911 GT3 Photoshoot

If you’re not a fan of Porsches then there’s a good chance you’ll criticise them for not differing enough from one generation to the next. In its latest 991-generation, the Porsche 911 is sleeker and more potent than ever and … Double Porsche 911 GT3 Photoshoot More news at
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Porsche rappelle toutes ses 991 GT3 !

Chez Porsche, on ne plaisante pas avec la sécurité !
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Porsche 911 (991) GT3: toutes rappelées !

Quelques jours après une série d’incendies survenus sur des 911 GT3 Type 991, Porsche lance une campagne de rappel.
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Porsche Officially Recalls 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 Over Fire Concerns

Following on from recent reports that deliveries of the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 had stopped following a spate of fires, Porsche has officially confirmed it is recalling all 991-generation 911 GT3s produced so far. That equates to a total of … Porsche Officially Recalls 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 Over Fire Concerns More news at
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991 GT3: Porsche says no to recall

_B9P9611 Porsche have announced a full inspection of all 2014 model-year 911 GT3s in the wake of alledged engine problems. Porsche are keen to stress that models are not due for recall, with Weissach instead contacting all owners of the 785 delivered vehicles worldwide, asking that the 475hp GT3 not be driven until further notice. Two 991 GT3s are confirmed to have suffered engine damage, which then lead to a fire.
A statement released this hour from Porsche AG says: “Safety is a number one priority at Porsche, and the company takes its responsibility seriously. Internal studies to determine the cause of the engine damage have not been completed yet.” More to follow on total911.com. _B9P1104  
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