Back in March, Elephant Racing posted a short video showing us how the rear-wheel steering works on the new Porsche 911 GT3. The other day, they published this video below showcasing Porsche’s front axle lift system on the 991 GT3. Basically it’s an electro-pneumatic system which raises the body via the PASM dampers on the front axle by 30 mm (1.2 inches). You simply push a button on the center console and you can raise the front end while driving at speeds up to 30mph. That all sounds well and good, but Elephant Racing’s video shows us the capability and functionality of this $3500 option in a very unique way. Watch and see what we mean.
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