字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント if you haven't heard there's a bit of an analog revolution going on a porch. No other companies embraced with quite the same gusto. That pleasure isn't necessarily linked to downforce In lap times. Manual gearbox is more slippery. Shapes less weight. All these things help the car bond with you rather than constantly straining at the leash. First came the Came and GT four, then the 9 11 are then the 9 11 GT three with an optional manual gearbox. And now there's two more so cool back to basic 11th toe. Add to that list, and here they are to analog flavored 9 11 but from quite different ends of the Porsche spectrum over here, that 85 grand career Attea Home march to the Monte winning career ity from the sixties, essentially Aurora, slightly lighter version of the Borgo 9 11 and here 111 Grand GT three MIT Touring Pack, a wingless manual only version of the GT three designed to make 9 11 are speculators. Look a little bit silly. We begin with the GT three touring pack. Gone is the rear wing, and you can only have a manual gearbox on dhe that's about it. But a ll The best bits from the GT three are still here, so you get the 493 break four litre, naturally aspirated flat six that rest a 9000 rpm four wheel steering and the GT three's wider body lower chassis and weaves inside. You can only have leather, no racy Alcantara here and no optional club sport pack, either with its roll cage and far extinguisher. So let's race track more French Riviera feel, but this is still a massively quick cup north. 62 3.9 seconds on a 196 miles. First things first. We need to talk about that touring pack name. It comes from a suspect that was offered on the career Rs back in the 70 so it's got the heritage, but it's probably a little bit misleading. Just deleting the rear spoiler and making a manual gearbox compulsory does not make this thing any more of a continent crusher. What it does do is make it look so much cooler to my eyes. At least it's so much more stealthy flies under the radar. Only people in the know will know just how special. His car, it the manual gearbox. It's absolutely superb. It's tight, it's mechanical. It's only got six ratios, actually. And that's because Porsche GT department refused to use a seven speed manual. Good on them, I say, because seven speeds is probably one ratio too many, then wait, come to the engine, which we already know from the standard GT three is a thing of wonder. In fact, we recently gave it our engine of the Year award on Top Gear magazine. But in case you didn't know well, I better demonstrate just what makes this power plant so so special. That, ladies and gentlemen, is 9000 rpm, 500 rpm more than you get from a 9 11 What I don't want to do is focus on any one specific component. They're all brilliant in their own right. But what makes his car so good is the way they meld together. They work together and form this cohesive whole. For example, the meaty steering works really well with the mighty breaks down there and the suspension Well, it doesn't fight. The road surface doesn't crash around. It flows along and breathes with you. What you get is a sense of solidity and immense capability. And no point, though, does this car feels intimidating. It's on your side. It's your friend. It wants you to do well. Of course, if you want to prove yourself, then you can always get a GT two RS. But for the rest of us that don't like pain and prefer driving on normal roads is supposed to race tracks. Well, this is quite a thing, a tool. Order them for the more junior correra TV, As I said earlier today, isn't about wrong numbers on performance. It's more about pleasure and putting one of these on my face. T here stands for touring. This isn't a softened off. Herrera is more of a lightweight special uses. The same 365 break three litre turbo flat. Six is the base. Correra forgets a mechanical def. 20 mil suspension drop and sports exhaust is standard. While the seven speed manual gearbox is shorter ratios, I'm the short stick, filling out the back seats and some sound insulation in a rear windows and making the radio and satellite optional. Although you can add them back in. No extra cost has saved 20 kilograms that means naught to 60 ton drops by 1/10 to 4.5 seconds. 4.2 If you go for the P. D. K option, which you absolutely should not. 180 miles per hour top speed. So does 30 grand on 130 horsepower less Make this an inferior car? Well, no, not by the criteria that we're using today. Yes, the G three has its party piece is 9000 rpm engine, but actually this thing has a smaller turbo charged engine. So you get more talk lower down on really. It punches Justus hard on the tight, narrow roads in the south of France that driving around on today in terms of sound well, that exhaust doesn't make Cem quite juvenile. Pops and crackles. Sounds a little bit synthetic, but I dare you to try and drive through a tunnel and not put your windows down Overall. Then, this car the clarity when it feels smaller, it feels lighter. It feels dainty A than the GT three. A lot closer, then 29 11 votes. Question is, can I feel that 20 kilogram weight saving? No. Can I hear the reduced sound deadening in the back knew. Is this manual gearbox good? Yes, it's absolutely excellent. But if I'm honest, perceiving those slightly shorter ratios is quite tricky. This car is, then, is a really clever piece of space manipulation designed to serve this fashion for more analog sports cars. But please don't be put off because, hey, when was there ever a crime to give customers exactly what they wanted? Right? So which one is our winner? Well, it's a hell of a lot closer than I thought it was gonna be. The truth is, I got much more confident, much quicker in the career of tea. And let's not forget you could buy a hot hat with change. But even when it was hampered on Squidgy winter tires, you could just tell there's more magic in the GT three bones, which is why that's where my money was gone. But other manufacturers, please take note. Sports cars and supercars aren't just about headlines and numbers and performance figures. It's about the Squidgy human sitting in the middle, controlling them.