Prices start at around £112,000. The normal equipment list that applies to most cars in this price bracket seems rather gauche when applied to a GT3. You pay for the engine, the chassis technology and the barn-door over-engineering that allows these cars to stay out lapping when something like a Nissan GT-R has cooked its brakes, boiled its transmission fluid and worn its tyres to the canvas.
Nevertheless, if you're interested, you do get sports seats finished in Alcantara and leatherette, plus standard equipment that includes automatic climate control, Bi-Xenon headlights, a universal audio interface offering MP3 connectivity and a three year warranty. Key options include Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB) at just over £6,000, LED headlights incorporating Porsche Dynamic Light System and a front axle lifting system which is well worth choosing if you have to negotiate drop kerbs, speed humps or British B-roads. It'll set you back just over £2,000. The popular Club Sport package, comprising a half roll-cage, multi-point harness seat belts, fire extinguisher and battery cut-out switch, also remains a mainstay of the options list.