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Porsche 911 background information
The Porsche 911 is a rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive sports car with a “rear-engine” (rear-axle engine) engine layout, mass-produced by Porsche since 1964. Currently, the company produces 16 model variants (modifications) of the base 911 model, with 20 engine variants (power from 355 to 520 hp). Historically, the base engine of the 911 model is a 6-cylinder “boxer” engine (opposite engine with an angle of 180 °). The main production is located at the Porsche plant in Stuttgart.
Porsche 964 (1989-1993)
If the body of the base model Porsche 911 of the next generation began to be marked with the number 964, the version 911 Turbo, which debuted in 1991, received the body number 965.
The car with the Turbo console was still the flagship of the Porsche lineup. Under the hood was an engine with a capacity of 3.3 liters and 330 hp.
Porsche 993 (1991-1998)
Five years after the start of production of the 964th body, Porsche has released a new model (factory index type 993). The new body was more perfect in terms of aerodynamics. The engine remained the same – air-cooled tank.
Porsche has not slowed down, and literally a year later the Turbo model was introduced, which has changed radically. This time the 911 Turbo had all-wheel drive and a crazy 408 horsepower.
Porsche 996 (1998-2006)
The fifth generation with a 996 body debuted in 1998. Brand new model – for the first time in the history of 911. From the old coupe remained only the layout of the landing formula 2 + 2 and the location of the opposite engine behind the rear axle. For the first time, the wheelbase was increased by 100 mm. The body has received new shapes. The car was deprived of classic headlights in the form of frog eyes. Under the hood is a fully water-cooled engine with a multi-valve timing mechanism as standard. The salon was completely different. Natural finishing materials are increasingly giving way to composite and artificial leather. The Porsche 911 lost some of its charisma, but continued to conquer the market.
In 2000, on the threshold of the 21st century, Porsche released the 911 Turbo (996) with a water-cooled engine and 420 horsepower.
Porsche 997 (2004-2012)
The new, sixth generation of the legendary 911 model (type 997) debuted on the European market in July 2004. The model features classic 911 round headlights, new bumpers and a 30 mm widened rear track, but overall, the 997’s styling can be described as evolutionary.
Porsche 911 Turbo (type 997) – the fastest and most advanced model. Thanks to two turbines, the six-cylinder horizontal-opposite engine with four valves per cylinder has increased to 480 hp. power, and the maximum speed reaches 310 km / h. Like its predecessors, the car is equipped with all-wheel drive. Now, as standard, this model is equipped with almost all imaginable and unimaginable options that Porsche offers today.
Porsche 991 (2011 — our time)
Porsche 991 is the seventh generation of the 911. The car was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2011 initially only as a coupe in two different versions of the 911 Carrera with a 3.4-liter engine, 350 hp, 390 Nm of torque and 911 Carrera S with engine 3.8 liters, 400 hp, 440 Nm of torque.
Since the beginning of 2012, the sports car is also available in a convertible version with the same powertrains as the coupe.
Porsche 992 (2018 — our time)
Porsche 992 – the eighth generation Porsche 911, which was presented on November 28, 2018 at the Los Angeles Motor Show. The first deliveries are announced for February 2019.
992 Cabriolet introduced Porsche on January 9, 2019.
In 2021, Porsche returned to the 911 model line in the Targa body. The novelty is presented in Carrera 4 and 4S configurations.
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