Besides docking the tail, there’s little else changed about the Touring visually compared to the standard GT3, though there is a revised ‘lid’ for the engine upon which you’ll find GT3 Touring badging. The brightwork on the outside as standard is also a more subtle silver, though it can all be blacked out as an option. The active wing, as per the 991 Touring, is borrowed from the Carrera line. On the inside, Porsche claims a “more luxurious interior trim”, with greater use of leather as standard.
What remains to be seen is just how much the Touring has been softened up compared to its bewinged sibling. It’s been noted just how uncompromising the new GT3 is on the road compared to its predecessors. Will the Touring make a go of being a bit more palatable? Porsche claims an overall “greater emphasis on road driving in contrast to the car’s traditionally more purposeful intent”, so we’ll see.