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Is this a Porsche 911 GT3 without a wing? Technically you’re correct, but there’s more to the GT3 Touring than meets the eye. For instance, did you know the ‘Touring’ name was first use on the 2.7 Carrera RS from 1973? This is a less extreme makeover, but one that definitely tries to channel the analogue 911s of old. What’s the difference between this and a GT3, then? There’s the deletion of the regular GT3’s fixed wing, of course, replaced with a classic pop-up rear deck, albeit embellished with a ‘GT3 Touring’ badge and a unique lip spoiler on the trailing edge. You can have any gearbox you like, so long as it’s a six-speed manual, and inside the trim is kept classic – all-leather and cloth, no racy Alcantara allowed here. You’re also banned from adding the Clubsport pack, with its fire extinguisher and roll cage. Other than that, it’s as per the GT3, with all the same options (ceramic brakes, nose lift, LED headlights, Chrono Package, audio upgrades), which is marvellous news.