The new 991-based Porsche 911 GT3 has a lot of things going for it: Four-wheel steering, 475 horsepower from an engine that revs to 9,000 rpm and 20” center-lock wheels are just some of the performance-centric goodies that are standard on Stuttgart’s newest GT racer for the road. But it also has some things working against it: It commands significantly more money than a mere Carrera or Carrera S and, unlike those two models, it’s only available with Porsche’s PDK twin-clutch transmission, much to the dismay of many purists.
But what if there was a way to get bewinged, ground-hugging looks of reminiscent of the GT3 in a cheaper, available-with-a-stick regular 991? It turns out there is. And the first step involves putting in a call to Misha Designs.