We have pictures and details of the new Prior-Design styling kit for the 2010 Porsche 911 GT3. Love it or hate it? See the photos inside.

German tuners Prior Design have unveiled their modified version of the 2010 911 GT3.  The Porsche 911 PD3 includes a series of aerodynamic upgrades and a custom built exhaust.

The package really revolves around the car's new front end, which extends the car both outward and downward.  Love it or hate it, the revision provides more downforce while changing the air flow direction for the better.  This now pushes past the carbon fiber spoiler and through the redesigned air inlets.  New, deeply sculpted sidesills lead to a completely remodeled rear end.  Amongst the changes at back is a new diffuser.  As part ot the mods, the car has an adapted chassis that has been dropped by 30 millimeters.

Engineers did not modify the rear wing on the GT3.

Also available is a hand-built stainless steel exhaust, and a new set of wheels.  Now, the car rides on ultra-light, sectional forged wheels available in several different sizes. 

The Porsche 911 PD3 styling kit is now available through the company's website.  Pricing has not been disclosed.

Gallery: Prior-Design PD3 based on Porsche 911 GT3