...the most noticeable difference is the rear wing, which seems to be a blend of the standard GT3 wing and the GT3 RS wing.
Following the recent 997 Carerra, Carrera4 and Targa facelift releases, Porsche is gradually preparing the upper range models. Seen in these latest spy shots of four 911 GT3s taken in Spain, we can see two current GT3 models in yellow and black (far right) plus one silver GT3 RS. The remaining black GT3 is the facelifted model as distinguished by its new facelift tail lights with black tape and smoothly cladded rear bumper fascia hidding the design lines. Also, in comparisons to the current GT3s the GT3 facelift's centrally mounted exhaust pipes look to be larger in diameter with a beveled edge. However, the most noticeable difference is the rear wing, which seems to be a blend of the standard GT3 wing and the GT3 RS wing.