Check out this beautiful 922 GT3, inspired by a Le Mans-winning 956 is

One of the best-looking modern 911s ever, built under commission for Paolo Barilla, former racing driver and VP of the Barilla company (the one that makes pasta).



This 911 992 GT3 draws its inspiration from the 1985 Porsche 956 that won Le Mans with Barilla at the wheel. It was designed by the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur division as part of its newly-launched customisation programme called Sonderwunsch, which is German for ‘special desires’.



The Summer Yellow, black and white colour combo is adorned with gold-tone wheels at the rear and white wheels at the front, and then of course there’s a massive wing at the rear.



“I was fortunate enough to drive a 956 in the 1980s [and] seeing certain elements [from that car] in this modern GT3 is exciting,” said Barilla.



I personally think this might be the most gorgeous 911 in modern times.



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