Cosworth electronics for Porsche 991 GT3


Cosworth electronics for Porsche 991 GT3

Porsche has unveiled its latest generation GT3 race car which will feature Cosworth’s ICD dash logger and IPS32 power management system.

The latest incarnation of the legendary 911 will be the seventh generation of the sports car that has graced the roads and race tracks of the world for nearly 50 years. Although there have been many models since the original 911 was unveiled to the world in 1963, this latest one, designated the 991, brings with it a step change in the levels of state of the art technology employed on the vehicle. Developments such as electromechanical power-assisted steering and stop-start technology for the direct injection  flat six engine make the 991 one of the most advanced production sports cars available.

Accompanying the all aluminium-bodied road going models of the new 911 will be the race-prepped, GT variants which will employ some of the very latest developments from the electronics team at Cosworth. The project to develop the systems for these race trim models has taken place over the past 18 months at Cosworth’s Brookfield Technology Centre. The resulting products build on the proven power of our Sigma operating system and Hyllus control capabilities combined with the intuitive nature of our Omega and Common Hardware Platform technologies to create a new evolution of products.

Thomas Buckler, Sport Business Unit Leader, Cosworth
“The team at Cosworth has enjoyed working with Porsche, using our experience and capabilities to supporting the development of technologies suitable for such a landmark race car as the 991 GT3 Cup”

【考斯沃斯携手保时捷991 GT3】保时捷推出的新一代911 GT3赛车将配备考斯沃斯的ICD短跑记录器和IPS 32电源管理系统。911首次在世界亮相是在1963年,而最新的化身是已经登上赛道近50年的第七代跑车,车辆采用先进的技术水平:如机电式助力转向和停止启动技术,直喷式水平对置六缸发动机及全铝制车身。



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