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Porsche 911 GT America (991) (2014)

Built for the United Sports Car Racing (USRC) series and its GT Daytona class for 2014

Porsche 911 GT America (991)
Porsche 911 991 GT America Profile - Large
Porsche 911 GT America (991)
4.0 L Watercooled Flat 6
470 bhp
0 - 60 mph
Top Speed

2014 Porsche 911 GT America (991) – Ultimate Guide

Official photos: 2013 August 9 / Premiere: 2013 November 16, USCR test day on Sebring

The 911 GT America was based on the 991 GT3 Cup. It was built exclusively for the United Sports Car Racing (USRC) series and its GT Daytona class for 2014. While the GT3 Cup had a 3.8-litre engine at the time, the GT America was fitted with a 4.0-litre unit developing 351 kW. The main visual difference is the rear spoiler made to fit the USRC rules. Like the GT3 Cup, the GT America has 380 mm steel brake rotors at the front axle with 6-piston aluminium fixed calipers. The rear axle features 4-piston brake calipers. The gearbox is a 6-speed sequential unit with pneumatic paddle shift system.

Porsche Motorsport North America, Inc. announced that production of the 2014 Porsche 911 GT America has started in Stuttgart, Germany. This car will race in the GT Daytona class in next year’s United Sports Car Racing (USCR) series. By now you will of course be aware that the American Le Mans Series will merge with the Rolex GRAND-AM Road Racing next year to form what will be now known as the United Sports Car Racing.

The new Porsche 911 GT America has been created in order to conform to the new rules of the racing series. The car is available for teams to purchase and also to allow them to test it under all weather conditions ahead of the start of the 2014 season which will be the Rolex 24 at Daytona.

The president of Porsche Motorsport North America Jens Walther said, “We are hopeful that our current American Le Mans Series GTC customers, along with our Rolex GRAND-AM competitors and new teams, will want to take advantage of this early availability.”

The 2014 Porsche 911 GT America features a 4.0-liter aluminum six-cylinder, rear-mounted boxer engine developing 470 hp. It’s then mated to a Porsche six-speed sequential dog-type gearbox/pneumatic paddle shift system. For the aerodynamics, it comes with new front spoiler, a new design rear cover and carbon-fiber undertray to maximize aerodynamic balance with USCR-spec rear wing.

There will be an endurance package that will entail quick-release couplings for all brake calipers, a fast-fill refueling system for oil and an oil level display. The car will be sold at a price of $269,000 which will include shipping and parts package.

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Different rear spoiler compared to the GT3 Cup© Porsche
Although not well visible, the brake rotors are of steel