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Corsa Exotic Rentals, LLC’sPorsche 9112015
GT3
$
629

per day

$
629
per day
08/20/2019
10:00 AM
08/26/2019
10:00 AM
Pickup & return location
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
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Distance included
Day
150 mi
Week
750 mi
Month
1125 mi
Insurance Provided Via

The car

Porsche 911 2015

GT3
18 MPG
Gas (Premium)
2 doors
2 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Corsa Exotic Rentals, LLC
37 tripsJoined Nov 2018
Typically responds in 14 minutes

Description

Porsche 991 GT3 Street Cup, I guarantee you that you will not find another Porsche like this. **THIS CAR IS EXTREMELY LOUD** Let’s start with the basics. Fears that the new-generation direct-injection flat-six would fail to match the character of the old motorsport-derived Mezger unit are, thankfully, unfounded. The new engine is proof that it’s still possible to produce a naturally aspirated engine capable of meeting tougher emissions standards and generating its power through the old-fashioned method of revving into the lower stratosphere. The motor produces its peak 475 horsepower at 8250 rpm, with the limiter set at a dizzying 9000 rpm. And it’s as eager to work hard as those numbers suggest, pulling cleanly at lower revs but really coming alive once the needle passes the “5” on the tach. The real killing zone is the band between 7000 and 9000 rpm, where the engine gets a second wind familiar to anyone who has experienced an old-school Honda VTEC and accompanies it with a hard-edged, near-race-car soundtrack. It’s a glorious, screw-you riposte to the forced-induction methods that almost every manufacturer seems to be turning to in a bid to combine performance figures with regulation-friendly efficiency. (This is an affliction to which even Porsche is not immune, however—witness the new twin-turbo V-6 that supplanted a naturally aspirated V-8 in many 2014 Panameras.) So what about the PDK twin-clutch gearbox? Controversially, this is the only GT3 transmission choice for the foreseeable future, and possibly ever, which seemed like the height of heresy when the plan was announced—GT3 drivers change their own gears. Yet it doesn’t take long for the new transmission to prove that it’s—that word again—fantastic. Shifts are clean and rapid in default mode although delivered with enough of a torque bump to allow you to sense that something has happened. In drive, the PDK is happy to trundle along shifting seamlessly, but there’s a Sport mode that ups the speed of the changes—cutting them to 0.1 second, the same as in the 911 Cup racer—and switches to an aggressive, track-focused algorithm that keeps the engine at the top of its rev range as much as possible. You can still shift gears yourself, of course, using the smaller than usual metal paddles behind the steering wheel, which have a nice weight and a clicky mechanical action. But after a while you find yourself leaving the gearbox to its own devices, knowing it will never miss a shift. Would the GT3 be better with a manual transmission? Almost certainly not; there isn’t a hand in the world as fast or as accurate as Porsche’s Doppelkupplungsgetriebe. But it would be nice to have the chance to find out.

SUPER DELUXE CLASS

This super exclusive car has a few additional requirements, like a deposit.

Features

Must be 30+ to book
Automatic transmission
OEM GT3 Cup Wing
OEM GT3 Cup Hood
OEM GT3 Cup Rear Bumper
OEM GT3 Cup Front Bumper
OEM GT3 Cup Fender Liners
OEM GT3 Cup Fender Flares
OEM GT3 Cup Decklid
Swift Lowering Springs
Custom Center Exit Exhaust
Custom Long-Tube headers
Custom ECU Tune
Toyo R888 R-Compound Tires
19" Custom 3 Piece Forged Wheels
GMG Roll Cage
Custom Side Diffuser
Fire Extinguisher & Roll Cage Mount
PDK Dual Clutch Transmission Tune
Custom Side Muffler Deletes
APR Front Canards

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
Post-trip cleaning
Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.
$60/day

Guidelines

- NO TRACKING OR RACING IN THIS VEHICLE - CAR IS MONITORED LIVE WITH MULTIPLE TRACKING DEVICES FOR SPEED,LOCATION,BRAKING,ETC - NO EXCESSIVE REVVING - SMOKING CHARGE $250 - IF VEHICLE IS LAUNCHED THERE WILL BE A FINE OF $500

Faqs

  • Can tall people fit comfortably in an exotic car?
    Yes. (up to 6'2") A common misconception in the exotic car world is that tall people cannot fit comfortably behind the wheel. All of our cars can fit persons as tall as 6'2" with the exception of the Convertible Lamborghini Huracán.
  • Are there any penalties for late returns?
    Returning a rental after the specified time results in a $250 late fee plus proration amount.
  • Is there a military discount?
    Yes. All US military personnel (active and retired) receive 5% off. Thank you for serving our country!
  • Are there any group discounts?
    Yes. We have corporate event packages available upon request for reservations of 6 rentals or more. Please contact our reservations team for more information.
  • Do you accept walk-ins?
    Although, cars are generally booked weeks in advance.

Reviews

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The car

Porsche 911 2015

GT3
18 MPG
Gas (Premium)
2 doors
2 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Corsa Exotic Rentals, LLC
37 tripsJoined Nov 2018
Typically responds in 14 minutes

Description

Porsche 991 GT3 Street Cup, I guarantee you that you will not find another Porsche like this. **THIS CAR IS EXTREMELY LOUD** Let’s start with the basics. Fears that the new-generation direct-injection flat-six would fail to match the character of the old motorsport-derived Mezger unit are, thankfully, unfounded. The new engine is proof that it’s still possible to produce a naturally aspirated engine capable of meeting tougher emissions standards and generating its power through the old-fashioned method of revving into the lower stratosphere. The motor produces its peak 475 horsepower at 8250 rpm, with the limiter set at a dizzying 9000 rpm. And it’s as eager to work hard as those numbers suggest, pulling cleanly at lower revs but really coming alive once the needle passes the “5” on the tach. The real killing zone is the band between 7000 and 9000 rpm, where the engine gets a second wind familiar to anyone who has experienced an old-school Honda VTEC and accompanies it with a hard-edged, near-race-car soundtrack. It’s a glorious, screw-you riposte to the forced-induction methods that almost every manufacturer seems to be turning to in a bid to combine performance figures with regulation-friendly efficiency. (This is an affliction to which even Porsche is not immune, however—witness the new twin-turbo V-6 that supplanted a naturally aspirated V-8 in many 2014 Panameras.) So what about the PDK twin-clutch gearbox? Controversially, this is the only GT3 transmission choice for the foreseeable future, and possibly ever, which seemed like the height of heresy when the plan was announced—GT3 drivers change their own gears. Yet it doesn’t take long for the new transmission to prove that it’s—that word again—fantastic. Shifts are clean and rapid in default mode although delivered with enough of a torque bump to allow you to sense that something has happened. In drive, the PDK is happy to trundle along shifting seamlessly, but there’s a Sport mode that ups the speed of the changes—cutting them to 0.1 second, the same as in the 911 Cup racer—and switches to an aggressive, track-focused algorithm that keeps the engine at the top of its rev range as much as possible. You can still shift gears yourself, of course, using the smaller than usual metal paddles behind the steering wheel, which have a nice weight and a clicky mechanical action. But after a while you find yourself leaving the gearbox to its own devices, knowing it will never miss a shift. Would the GT3 be better with a manual transmission? Almost certainly not; there isn’t a hand in the world as fast or as accurate as Porsche’s Doppelkupplungsgetriebe. But it would be nice to have the chance to find out.

SUPER DELUXE CLASS

This super exclusive car has a few additional requirements, like a deposit.

Features

Must be 30+ to book
Automatic transmission
OEM GT3 Cup Wing
OEM GT3 Cup Hood
OEM GT3 Cup Rear Bumper
OEM GT3 Cup Front Bumper
OEM GT3 Cup Fender Liners
OEM GT3 Cup Fender Flares
OEM GT3 Cup Decklid
Swift Lowering Springs
Custom Center Exit Exhaust
Custom Long-Tube headers
Custom ECU Tune
Toyo R888 R-Compound Tires
19" Custom 3 Piece Forged Wheels
GMG Roll Cage
Custom Side Diffuser
Fire Extinguisher & Roll Cage Mount
PDK Dual Clutch Transmission Tune
Custom Side Muffler Deletes
APR Front Canards

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
Post-trip cleaning
Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.
$60/day

Guidelines

- NO TRACKING OR RACING IN THIS VEHICLE - CAR IS MONITORED LIVE WITH MULTIPLE TRACKING DEVICES FOR SPEED,LOCATION,BRAKING,ETC - NO EXCESSIVE REVVING - SMOKING CHARGE $250 - IF VEHICLE IS LAUNCHED THERE WILL BE A FINE OF $500

Faqs

  • Can tall people fit comfortably in an exotic car?
    Yes. (up to 6'2") A common misconception in the exotic car world is that tall people cannot fit comfortably behind the wheel. All of our cars can fit persons as tall as 6'2" with the exception of the Convertible Lamborghini Huracán.
  • Are there any penalties for late returns?
    Returning a rental after the specified time results in a $250 late fee plus proration amount.
  • Is there a military discount?
    Yes. All US military personnel (active and retired) receive 5% off. Thank you for serving our country!
  • Are there any group discounts?
    Yes. We have corporate event packages available upon request for reservations of 6 rentals or more. Please contact our reservations team for more information.
  • Do you accept walk-ins?
    Although, cars are generally booked weeks in advance.

Reviews

Book this car and be the first to review it.
Pickup at car location
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Free

Delivery locations
John Wayne Airport
$60
Los Angeles International Airport
$120
Long Beach Airport
$120