Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO
Decades of racing heritage come together in the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO, Lamborghini's latest GT3 challenger in sports car racing series from around the world. Developed in house in Sant Agata Bolognese by Lamborghini Squadra Corse, the Huracán GT3 EVO builds on the winning formula of its predecessor, the Huracán GT3, with improved aerodynamics developed in conjunction with Dallara and a powerful 5.2-liter V10 engine.
Audi R8 LMS
The Audi R8 LMS GT3 ranks among the most successful GT3 cars with more than 200 international wins in events such as the Bathurst 12 Hours and Nürburgring 24 Hours, along with back-to-back championships in the 2014 and 2015 Blancpain Endurance and Blancpain GT Series. In contrast to its all-wheel drive road going version, the R8 LMS GT3 is built by Audi Sport and quattro GmbH to comply with the rear wheel drive only GT3 regulations. However, the superb balance and impressive power to weight ratio of the R8 LMS GT3 have made it a winner in virtually every series in which it's competed.
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (992)
The latest generation of Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car builds upon an existing and successful framework to create the next era of top-notch racing in Porsche’s premier global one-make racing series. Kicking up the horsepower to 510 in its 4.0-liter flat-six powerplant, 25 more than its predecessor, the latest 911 GT3 Cup features improvements to chassis construction, aerodynamics, suspension, and safety features, and can be run on synthetic fuels for the first time.
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR
Few automotive manufacturers are as revered as Porsche, and many drivers will take any opportunity they can get to climb behind the wheel of one of the brand's iconic vehicles. Enter the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport, which combines 425 horsepower of Porsche performance with the nimble, approachable GT4 platform.
BMW M4 GT4
BMW's customer sports car offering, the M4 GT4, didn't take very long to make an impression on the world of racing at large. In its debut season of 2018, it was named "Race Car of the Year" at the Professional MotorSport World Expo Awards, and backed up the honor the next year with GT4 titles in Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia and the 24H SERIES, plus a Team title in ADAC GT4 Germany. Get behind the wheel of this sporty and responsive GT4 car and find out what all the buzz is about firsthand.
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
Aston Martin has long used the Vantage as its entry into GT4-spec racing, putting the car through multiple revisions and decades worth of racing history. The current-spec GT4 made its debut in the 2019 24 Hours of Nurburgring, where a factory-prepared entry took the SP8T class win by four laps. The next year, KohR Motorsports gave the Vantage GT4 its first IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Grand Sport championship, as drivers Kyle Marcelli and Nate Stacy scored a weekend-sweep at Mid-Ohio. Vantage GT4s remain in use with many of the top GT4 programs and events around the world.
Mercedes AMG GT4
n the hands of the Black Falcon and Schnitzelalm race teams, the car has repeatedly proven its worth in the Nurburgring 24 Hours, winning the competitive SP10 class on its first two tries and adding a third victory in 2021. Also a popular addition to the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge grid, Team TGM gave the car its first championship in 2018 with drivers Hugh Plumb and Owen Trinkler, and the car took at least one win in each of its first four seasons in the division.
The Toyota GR Cup is designed as an amateur racing series that can welcome up-and-comers, casual drivers, and retired legends alike, and the GR86 is up to the task. Custom modifications like a six-speed sequential transmission and aggressive new bodywork elevate the profile of the road-going car for the needs of the track, without becoming too much to handle too quickly.