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What is it like on the inside?

The 911 has long nailed the basics: driving position, seats, control weights. This is a car you instantly feel at home in, that you know you can do some proper business with. Few high performance track-oriented cars feel so immediately approachable, while being so visceral at the same time.

The cabin is regular 992, with a new Track Screen mode (central rev counter only) and there’s a multi-function wheel that allows you to flick between chassis modes (including Sport and Track). There are also physical buttons to disable ESC and traction control, so there’s no need to root around in the touchscreen. The PDK gets a normal-looking gear-lever, but it’s best operated using the steering wheel paddles.

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No back seats in the GT3 of course, and many owners choose to fill that space with the optional roll cage. A potential mistake. If you do that it’s hard to use the area to carry your bags and bits for road trips. We know, you don’t think you’ll be doing that. But we promise you this: this is not a car you’ll want to take home from a track day on a trailer. Drive it. Drive it everywhere. All the time.

There is of course another spacious carry space under the nose, plus useful door pockets, USB slots, and more. Ride and a bit of cold start grumpiness aside, it’s pretty much as usable as any other 911. Get comfortable and do some miles.

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