Is Porsche about to release a GT3 Cabriolet?

Total 911’s spies have captured what looks like a Cabriolet version of its 991.2 GT3 on test in southern Spain, leading to speculation the company could be making a proper soft-top version of its widely heralded GT3. Porsche has this week been testing final pre-production prototypes of its forthcoming 991 Speedster just outside Granada, Spain, ahead of the car’s expected world debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, as well as the forthcoming 992 Carrera.

However, a particular mule caught our eye: a genuine Cabriolet-topped car (with windows behind the front seats, as opposed to the Speedster which only has windows for each door, see picture below) in a GT3-spec body. As you can see from the picture, the door card of the mule also reflects that of a production Carrera Cabriolet model, while a more pronounced Gurney flap appears on the active rear wing at the back. After the success of the road-biased GT3 Touring, could Porsche be about to pull the ultimate surprise with a GT3 Cabriolet?

Comments (2)

  • Ignacio Clemares

    it makes total sense. I actually think it looks cool and would choose it over a turbo cabriolet.

  • Johan A Furebotten

    Just hope it gets 4 seats and I’m all in!