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[인터넷내꺼 article] Porsche Carrera GT

Porsche Carrera is a two door roadster like most sports cars.  Porsche Carrera GT is definitely a exotic appearance, a car that can do it all: fascinate you with its good looks, astound you with its performance and abilities on the race track.  Porsche Carrera GT employs race-derived chassis construction techniques and high-tech materials to help minimise weight.  Beautiful Design and Engineering, and 605 HorsepowerThe Porsche Carrera GT, which was introduced as a 2004 model, is a low, sleek, lightweight roadster that is as beautiful to the engineer as it is to the eye.  In this article, we'll find out how the Porsche Carrera GT was born and see what makes it a true supercar.

Racing

Originally Carrera GT was built for the street, however it is obvious that it is a racing car.  Carrera GT extends the possibilities of road driving and racing to the whole new level.  A racing-style diffuser beneath the rear section of the car enhances the aerodynamiceffect of the wing and also provides a visual counterbalance to the wing's upward arc.  The Carrera GT is equipped with three-point safety belts withpretensioners and load limitors, but the seats also are prepared to accept six-pointracing belts.  The exhaust system is made ofstainless steel and is precisely tuned to provide a powerful sound that includesthe high-frequency roar of a thoroughbred racing engine.

Speed

The Carrera GT's aerodynamic and race-bred suspension package provides safe and stable travel at speeds of up to 205 mph (330 km/h).  The crankshaft is designed to operate at speeds of up to 8,400 rpm and is both forged and designed for minimum mass inertia and thus offers maximum torsional stiffness.  The Carrera GT is among a rare breed of supercars -- exotic, high-performance automobiles that are built for ultimate speed and handling on the road.  A fully covered underfloor providesground effects to meet the demands of high-speed aerodynamics.

Performance

Even though the Carrera GT is a serious performance car, it can be equipped with many comfort features, including a navigation system and Bose audio.  Just as on the Porsche 911 Turbo, three extra-wide air intakes in the lowerfront fascia underscore the Carrera GT's clear commitment to outstanding performance by providing air to cool a trio of front-mounted radiators, as well asthe ceramic front brakes.  PASM allows the driver to select between the comfort of a Grand Touring car and the track-ready precision of a genuine high performance sports car at the touch of a button.  With more than 600 horsepower and racing-inspired technology, Porsche's top-of-the-line sports car delivers pure performance.

Suspension

Like a racecar, the Carrera GT uses pushrod suspension with double-track control arms at all four corners to give the Carrera GT its refined response and behavior, feeding forces smoothly and efficiently into the car's chassis.  Its aerodynamic and race-bredsuspension package provides safe and stable travel at speeds of up to 205 mph(330 km/h), and the Carrera GT features a lot of lightweight materials, such asmagnesium for the car's huge wheels and special sport seats.  Under the skin, the car used many modern hallmarks of motor sport engineering: a carbon fiber chassis, dry sump lubrication, inboard suspension and a mid-mounted engine that was engineered to sit as low as possible to ground.

The Porsche Carrera GT chassis and suspension is based on the architecture ofthe Porsche GT1, the car that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1998.  The Porsche Carrera GT 2005 Recent years have seen the evolution of racecars for street use.  The Porsche Carrera GT was designed to compete with other apex-supercars such as the Lamborghini Murcielago and Ferrari Enzo.

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