Elite folding rotating door system
Posted On August 5, 2021
The folding rotating doors in the 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 RS will use a patented hinge system that allows the doors to rotate without the need for a separate hinge.
The system is similar to those used on the current 911 GT2 and GT3, which uses a single hinge for both the front and rear of the doors.
A new design for the new GT3 is now under development by Porsche, which hopes to have the new doors up and running in the 2019 model year.
The GT3 has four rotors that allow the doors for a total of six doors, and can rotate from 60 degrees up to 120 degrees.
Porsche says the doors can rotate without a hinge by closing one of the two hinge slots at the front of the door and opening the other.
The system can be configured for two doors per rotation, which will allow the door to rotate up to three times, and two doors at once, which means a total number of six rotors for four doors.
The front and back of the car feature a large sliding door in the center of the cabin.
The front door has a wide hinge, allowing it to be used for two people and has a retractable handle for ease of opening and closing.
The rear door has an identical hinge design, but it has a smaller handle for opening and opening and it is not retractable.
The new doors also feature a dual-level hinge system, which allows the front door to be rotated by a single hand and the rear door by two.
The new doors will be installed in the front fender and rear fender doors.
Porsche says the hinges are made from lightweight polypropylene that weighs less than an ounce.
The doors are also made from polypropylene, a lightweight material that weighs about five ounces.
The door skins are made of carbon fiber and aluminum, and each door also features a removable aluminum lip, which helps to distribute weight when opening and sealing the doors without a separate latch.
Pegida has been working on the system for some time, and the company’s first prototypes came in 2018.
They’ve had to build prototypes to get the door skins and doors down to final specifications, but Pegida is confident they’ll be ready for production.
The company has also worked on a system for the 2018 GT3 that uses a different hinge design for each door.
Pegida says it has been able to use this system to make a number of prototypes, including the GT3.
The two hinges on the GT4 are different, too, with the front hinge being the retractable hinge and the back hinge being a sliding hinge.
Pigida says that it is currently building prototypes to be able to start mass production of the new door skins, doors, rear fenders and all the other parts.
The GT3 and GT4 doors are scheduled to be introduced in 2019, while the GT2 doors will go into production in 2021.