Despite rumors to the contrary, the next generation will not have a GT3 Porsche double-clutch PDK transmission. This recent information regarding the mechanics of the new GT3 comes directly from Matthias Muller, CEO of the German mark, in an interview with Motor Trend. According to the rumors that roamed the Internet sites specializing in the 991 GT3 receive a new unit called PDK PDK-S, which would be lighter than the current version and much more in line with the characteristics of sports aspirations competition vehicles. Now the dilemma of whether a transmission "automatic" double beaded clutch is appropriate for a purist like the GT3 car seems to have been resolved in the end. And the thing is that this move by Porsche is somewhat "unexpected", as one of the main objectives of the German mark with the new 911 was to make a better (read "better" as "more comfortable") driving experience . And a dual-clutch transmission would certainly have made more accessible to the GT3 for a new group of people, even if it was the worst idea after the Cayenne (Porsche purist perspective, of course). However, it is possible that in the future see a GT3 with a dual beaded clutch transmission, yes, for those fans of Porsche purists that day may take a while to arrive, taking into account that the 2012 Porsche comes with a new 7-speed manual transmission and Muller's comments indicating that while there are customers asking for a shifter, Porsche cars are sold with one. Final year students of Engineering and frustrated artist. Member of this page from time Urbanpower. Auto fans, new trends in the automotive industry, new designs and technologies involved. The comment option is open to all users, but we ask you to please stay on topic of the article and not to publish comments offensive or junk mail. We reserve the right to remove any comment that does not comply with these rules. . . Hello I have a 4007 sport pack with 33,000 kms I have been broken peugeot beaded clutch and told me that is "wearing" normal driving practice and I have never forced the clutch, I say customer service that piece does not come with factory warranty (which happened), I have to ask for advice and if anyone is in my situation, the truth is that I am powerless over this cause. Hi all, my father recently had the same problem, say he is older and retired. The car I used to go shopping, going to the beach and pick up the over . . than normal. But one day a little bit forced him to want to climb up a following and a loaded trailer on a hill lane. "IF YOU CAN MY JEEP CHEROKEE IS MORE MODERN" Well, look where it started to smell the beaded clutch and continued to days after the odd problem. The typical workshop and told him since he went out the joke, without thinking lifted his lawyer, brought him to the shop where he sold the consistency and . . . New clutch at no cost. .