For now, the new 992-generation Porsche 911 GT3 is still under tight wraps, and it might be a while before we actually get to see it in the metal. Fortunately, we now have an idea of what the track-ready model will look like thanks to the brand's new Aerokit exterior styling package for the 992-generation 911.

Porsche 911 Aerokit gives the 992 a GT3-style big wing image

Much like the Aerokit offered on the previous models, the new one will also be based and look similar to the current generation 911 GT3. Most of the changes on the Aerokit for the 992-generation 911 can be seen at the rear. The retractable spoiler is deleted and replaced by a new fixed-wing styled similar to the out-going 991.2 911 GT3. The rear bumper has also been replaced, putting the license plate higher to make room for an outlet between the exhausts. Black trim on the bumper and L-shaped inserts beside the exhaust are also new.

Porsche 911 Aerokit gives the 992 a GT3-style big wing image

While the biggest changes in the Aerokit package are found at the rear, there are also changes to the sides and the front fascia as well. Upfront, the bumper gets a more prominent lip spoiler and elongated air intake moldings at the side. There are also new side skirts to match the updated looks all around.

Now, if you like the bumpers but dislike the wing, Porsche also offers the SportDesign package. It is essentially the same updates as the Aerokit but does not include the GT3-style fixed rear wing.

Porsche 911 Aerokit gives the 992 a GT3-style big wing image

Though the Aerokit and SportDesign package may seem purely aesthetic, Porsche says that the components included in the kits are fully functional. Specifically, the Aerokit will help redulce lift at the front and rear axle. They also add that the kit has been tested at the Nardo test track with over 55,000 km covered.

Porsche offers the Aerokit and SportDesign to customers that will be buying a brand new 911 Carrera. The whole Aerokit costs an additional $6,910 (Php 354,000). Meanwhile the SportDesign package retails for $4,890 (Php 250,000). Pricey, but it's the best you can do to get your new 992 to look like a GT3 for the time being. Well, that's until the GT3 actually debuts.