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  Porsche 996 GT2
 

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Country of origin:Germany
Produced from:2004 - 2005
Introduced at:2003 Frankfurt Motor Show
Internal name:996
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionPorsche's most powerful 911 model, GT2, received a boost for the 2004 model year. The increase in performance has been achieved by detailed improvements to the electronic engine management maps, yielding an increase of 20 Nm in maximum torque to 640 Nm between 3,500 rpm and 4,500 rpm.

Extreme sports-car performance was a clear priority when this powerful Turbocharged model was developed. This is why, in addition to the power output increase, the front and rear suspension has been optimized as well, with modified springs/shock absorbers and brake system. The car now has even more sensitive four-channel ABS for effective anti-lock braking.

The boldly styled, aerodynamically advanced rear wing is available in unpainted carbon fiber upon request. It weighs 2.8 kilograms less and is standard on the Clubsport version. The door mirror housings and air output slats in the front apron panel feature a carbon look as part of this equipment package.

The 2004 GT2 generation sets itself apart with the new GT3-style wheels, which are 8.5 inches wide at the front and 12 inches at the rear. They are shod with size 235/40 R 18 tires at the front and 315/30 R 18 at the rear.

The new GT2 also comes with the 'Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake' (PCCB) system as standard. The ceramic brake disks weigh 50 percent less than similarly sized metal disks, thus reducing the car's unsprung weight by some 18 kilograms.

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