Coming to a one-make race near you...
This is Porsche's latest 911 GT3 Cup racer, set to be unveiled in the flesh at the Frankfurt motor show alongside
the new 911 GT3 RS
The new GT3 Cup is also the first to be based on the wide-bodied GT3 RS chassis, meaning that the latest racer grows by 44mm at the rear, and that the car gets the wider front arches of the new GT3 RS.
The GT3 RS base also means that engine capacity grows to 3.8 litres, while the power for the Cup car also grows 30bhp to 450bhp at 8500rpm (the same as in the GT3 RS road car).
Er, can we have a larger rear wing please?
Unlike the road car, however, the GT3 Cup has a six-speed sequential manual gearbox instead of an H-pattern shift, while the enormous rear wing (which measures 1.7 metres across, making it 240mm wider than the old racer's wing) comes direct from FIA GT3-spec 911 racers.
Supercup versions of the GT3 Cup, which race as part of the F1 support package, also get Porsche's PCCB carbon-ceramic brakes and a modified exhaust system that, according to Porsche, offers an "even more dynamic and muscular sound".
If you want to go racing, the base price for the Porsche before you add local taxes is 149,850 euros (£131,680).