Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The 2010 PRIOR-Design Porsche 911 PD3 has released a new aerodynamics package for the Porsche 911 GT3. The 2010 PRIOR-Design Porsche 911 PD3 arrives with revised dispersal of the air flows through the carbon spoiler blade and the carbon inlets. With the aid of the sd-value enhancing sills, the side line of the GT3 is guided seamlessly toward the rear, ending at a rear section which is also new. Along with its visuals, the rear section also proffers advantages in terms of driving stability and air supply. These improvements have been achieved by a diffusor which contains 2 integrated carbon fins. The end of the muffler is completely enclosed, which in addition optimizes the aerodynamic attributes. Air inlets which are placed on the left and the right are additionally strengthened along with 2 carbon inlets. Porsche 911 GT3 wing, designed in Stuttgart, was judged to be sound by the PRIOR-Design team and therefore remains unchanged. The materials used in PRIOR-Design Porsche 911 PD3 aerodynamics programme correspond with PRIOR-Design’s most recent technological advances. A recently developed carbon-flex fibre glass composite was used, which both saves weight at identical time as offering a maximum level of strength and sufficient flexibility. This means that the essential level of stability is guaranteed at speeds both up to and beyond 300 km/h.

The 2010 PRIOR Design Porsche 911 PD3 also comes with a custom stainless steel exhaust system, ultra light, multi-section forged wheels along with a new suspension that reduces the ride height by 30 mm.

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