Porsche and Lamborghini announced today that all of their race cars are now available as race cars for sale.
The new Porsche 919, the 919GT3, is the first GT3 race car to be offered in a GT3 class, and is available in a variety of trim options from the standard GT3 to the $250,000 “supercar” that Porsche calls the 918S Spyder.
Porsches and Lambo also announced that the new Porsche 911 GT3 R, the Porsche 911 Carrera GT, and the Porsche 917 Spyder can now be purchased as race car options.
Both the 911 GT and 911 Carreras are available as fully equipped cars, with all three cars priced at $250.00, $270.00 and $300.00.
Porsche has also announced the 921, the most expensive of the trio, which will retail for $300,000.
Lamborghinis and Porsche have also announced a series of “performance car” offerings, including the 911R Turbo, the 911 Turbo S, and other performance cars.
All of these Porsche and Porsche performance cars will be available for purchase through a new website that is being developed by Porsche Performance, the sports car company owned by Porsche.
Lambo announced today the 909 Spyder, the first Porsche GT3 production car to come to the U.S. as a race car.
There are three models of the Porsche and one of Lamborghines 919 race cars.
The 909 GT3 and 909 Carrera, and also the 917 GT3, the same model.
You can view all of the available Porsche and 919 performance cars by going to www.porsche.com.
You can also check out Porsche Performance’s “Race Car” page at www.lambo.com, and watch the new video of Lambo’s 919 car being launched today at www-videocast.live.com/porsche_919_car_launch.
In addition, Lambo has released an Instagram video today featuring a “new and improved” version of the 924 Spyder sports car, which features a “supercharger” system that has been designed to power a race-ready 919 at a top speed of 220 mph.