The Porsche 911 GT3 costs a lot of money. Not only that, but the 992-generation GT3 just plain doesn’t exist yet. But fret not, because Porsche’s own Exclusive Manufaktur division has come up with a SportDesign package to take your 911 halfway there – while probably saving you quite a few bucks.

The SportDesign package for the Porsche 911 includes a new redesigned front apron, along with a new spoiler lip. At the rear, the number plate placement has been raised to make space for a new air intake and outtake.

The new front and rear bumpers can be paired with an optional SportDesign side skirts, giving the optical effect of lowering the car closer to the road.

For the ultimate GT3 look, you’ll have to tick the new Aerokit box, which is available on all 992-generation Coupes. Based on the SportDesign package, the Aerokit comes with a new front spoiler, fixed rear spoiler, and a fixed rear wing.

Other than looks, the Aerokit also works as functional aerodynamic enhancements. The parts have been engineered in Porsche’s development centre in Weissach, carefully honed in the wind tunnel to increase downforce on both the front and rear axles.

The development phase of the parts also included hot and cold climate testing around the world, with more than 90,000 kilometres covered on the road. The Aerokit was also fine-tuned on the Nardo test track, with over 55,000 km of high-speed testing.

The SportDesign package and Aerokit will be available in all Porsche’s exterior colours, or you can specify it with partial black high-gloss paint – perhaps to go along with your black wheels.