A DMC aero kit and other upgrades turn the GT3 into a carbon fiber beast

DMC Velocita inside the warehouse, exposing its carbon fiber parts

Porsche recently unveiled the more track-oriented 911 GT3 RS in August 2022, and while the powertrain updates are minimal, it’s definitely a step up in terms of design and handling on the track. After the introduction of the GT3 RS, slightly less track oriented GT3 looks more understated with factory-installed accessories. However, the German design firm DMC found a solution to make the standard GT3 much more aggressive with the addition of lightweight parts and better dynamics.

“Velocita” is the demo part of the GT3

The DMC Velocita looks very identical to the GT3 RS, especially with the carbon fiber hood

If you’re familiar with the new GT3 RS, you’ll know that Porsche has done a good job improving the aerodynamics and adding details to create better downforce than ever. A recent Nürburgring test showed the 992nd generation 911 GT3 RS to be exactly 10.6 seconds faster than the standard GT3. In addition to the slightly more powerful 4.0-liter naturally aspirated engine, Porsche has cracked the code to improve aerodynamics.


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DMC has similar plans for the 992-gen GT3 models and has a new line of accessories that are lightweight and highly effective at creating more downforce than the OEM parts installed from the factory. For example, the DMC Carbon Fiber aero kit includes carbon fiber wings, wheel arch louvers and side skirts that are much wider. In addition, DMC replaced the factory hood, rear diffuser and inner grilles in the front bumper with carbon fiber parts, which not only gives the GT3 a sportier look, but also reduces unwanted mass. DMC will also allow consumers to configure carbon fiber parts in either matte or gloss visible carbon to match the vehicle.

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If that wasn’t enough carbon fiber, DMC even added a massive 68.89-inch carbon fiber rear fender that could practically double as a picnic table. In addition, the wing is FIA and TUV certified. According to DMC, “we wanted to give our customers the opportunity to enjoy the looks of the GT3 RS without the body ache issues that the car has to deal with.» While you can choose as many customizations as you like, adding the full aerokit will inevitably transform your GT3 into a full GT3 RS. The DMC Velocita also comes with 20-inch in-house forged wheels at the front and 21-inch at the rear.

A DMC titanium exhaust system lets the Flat-Six roar

The DMC Velocita flaunts its custom-designed wheels and giant carbon fiber rear wing

Porsche GT3 models, so be it Cayman or 911, come with a sweet-sounding 4.0-liter naturally aspirated six that revs to 9,000 rpm. By default, the GT3 sounds exceptional, but DMC wants to make the exhaust sound even louder. So the Velocita comes with an aftermarket exhaust system developed by ZESAD GmbH in Germany. This titanium exhaust system features a remote control damper system and with the push of a button you can unlock the authentic sound of the flat six. The Velocita is a GT3 gone wild, and everything about it sounds great, but none of it will come cheap. However, DMC has yet to release full pricing information.