Technology introduced on new, higher-end Porsches usually makes it way down the food chain over time. Right now the new 911 GT3 offers rear wheel steering and the 911 Turbo S offer both rear wheel steering and adaptive aerodynamics. So look for options like these on lesser 911s in the near future. For now, watch as August Achleitner, 911 Product Director, discusses these two technologies and how their seamless integration is an advantage on both racetracks and normal roads.
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