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 Review of Porsche sports cars, which covers development, important features, and technical data for each model in the range of 356-993 Turbo S

In this article and provide a nostalgic look at a Porsche sports car, and the elite of classic cars, which were manufactured during the period 1949-1996.
Ferdinand Porsche must wait after WW2 to realize his dream to create a sports car of the Volkswagen Beetle.
A 1950.357 was the first Porsche sports car, and it was for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show, where it was established a direct interest.
The owners of 356 eager to race cars, as well as its leadership in the streets. As a result, some 10,000 units arrived in order of 1964. When it was completed the production of the Porsche 356 in 1965, was built 76 313 cars.
In 1964, the Porsche 911 sports car for the first time. 2 + 2, and 0.2-liter engine 0.6130 cylinder horses rear mounted air cooled.
In 1966, it launched the Porsche 911S with an engine more powerful 160 horsepower.
In 1969 and added to the fuel injection 911S, 911E, and became the new model mid-range.
In 1971, the engine has increased in each of the 2196 911 cc capacity.
In 1972, all models received a 2341 cc engine. This is known as the engine "2.4L". The upscale 911S.

In 1973, the car was next to the emergence of the 911 Carrera RS 2.7. The suspension tightens the distinctive spoiler.

Carrera was Spanish for "race", and RS stands for "sports race."


1974.912 appeared in the Carrera RS 3.3 with fuel injection engine and 230 horsepower Bush.

This program was designed with racing in mind, there have been a number of successes.

In 1975, the 912 Turbo was introduced. Unit 261 horsepower diesel engine 3 liters.

930 types of known species, clips of distinctive and large wheels and a large rear wing.


In 1977, the introduction of the Carrera 3.0. Bush used the turbo 930.3 liters with fuel injection, but without the turbocharger.


In 1978, the increase was 930 turbo engine of 3.3 liters.

It was in this year, the latest Porsche sports car to see 3 liter 911SC. In essence, this was the Carrera 3.0 with a detuned engine.

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In 1980, and increase the strength of 911SC to 188 horses, which, in 1984, and rose again to 205 horses for other US models.


In 1983 he introduced the first Porsche 912 Cabriolet, the latter model is visible on the 356 60.

Success means that the Cabriolet will be launched in the future.


In 1984 he was replaced 911SC sports car Porsche 912 Carrera 3.2. The development of more than 231 engines compressive strength in markets outside the United States.

And offering all the Carrera Coupé models in the regular head, the Targa conversion (with removable) versions stiff peaks.

This was, indeed, the latest version of the original series 912.

In addition, this year, Porsche Super Sport, which had a striking resemblance to the 930 Turbo with wide passages and special wheels of the rear wing.


In 1990, the 912 Speedster was launched, which was a copy of the low ceiling Cabriolet. It was available in the form of close physical copy, or Super Sports mode.

This 0911 year is also typed series 965 for the first time.

And it was presented as the 911 Carrera 4 Porsche sports car, with a 3.6-liter engine. He was activated rear spoiler and high speed. This means the player "4" wheel drive.


In 1991, it was the launch of the Carrera 2 with a drive only the rear wheels.

930 Turbo has seen unprecedented demand in 1980, at the end.

In 1991 he was replaced by Type 930 Type 965 Turbo, Porsche sports car with a diesel engine of 3.3 liters.


In 1993, the turbocharged 3.3-liter 965 S began, with a low suspension and is designed for performance.

In 1993 965 Carrera RS 3.8, Porsche sports car, and fired.

Turbo body and the pattern on the Supersport engine modeled 3.8-liter, rear wing and a large fixed in one place, from Carrera 2 and 4.


In 1994, the turbocharged 3.6-liter 964 Porsche sports car, producing 361 horsepower and 965 feet to complement other models.

A year later, a limited edition 965 Turbo S 3.6 appeared, which is available with the classic Porsche body or nose with an exclusive option to fashion.


In 1995, the introduction of 994 species, representing the latest in a series of air-cooled 911, contained in the original version in 1965.

It was modified body design and smooth with a more aerodynamic front end, new background.

The 3.6-liter engine remained, but increased power to 273 horsepower. In 1996, it increased to more than 287 horses.

Carrera 4 and 2 versions available, simply called the name Carrera.

Rear engine 993 3.8 RS, Porsche sports car, and feet, with a 3.8-liter engine, developing 301 horsepower.


In 1996 and 3.6 Turbo 994, Porsche sports car, and fired.

These are the first Porsche vehicles to be equipped with the Twin Turbo, which produces 408 horsepower 3.6-liter engine.

In 1997, it launched 993 3.6 Turbo S, and develop 424 horsepower.

This is air-cooled by the last 911 Turbo.


In 1998, the introduction of the 996 species, which is cooled with 911 air replaces the water cooled version.

The design was based on the body of all the previous 911 on the original version of 1963. However, the construction 996 of the shell of a new device.

911996 formed the basis of a series of variables, such as the Carrera 4 and "Turbo-look" Carrera 4S, led a race GT3, Turbo 996.

It offers a range of classic Porsche sports cars.

After 2000, Porsche has produced a number of exciting sports cars, which are unfortunately not part of the order of the review date.

Perhaps this is a walk in the memory responds, or at least shed light on a possible question:

Porsche sports car is a favorite with you?

However, if this question remains unanswered, and will be discussed in detail in future articles on this site, and a full range of Porsche sports cars that appeared in the memorable era spanning 1948-1996.

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