Cars Tagged - Porsche
1954 Porsche 35611
The 356 is considered by Porsche to be its first production model.
1954 Porsche 550 Spyder6
Designed for use in auto racing, the 550 was very low to the ground in order to be efficient for racing.
1955 Porsche 356A12
The 356 A appeared, with a curved windshield and was the first road going Porsche to offer the Carrera four-cam engine as an option.
1959 Porsche 356B12
In late 1959 significant styling and technical refinements gave rise to the 356 B (a T5 body type).
1964 Porsche 356C9
The last revision of the 356 was the 356 C introduced for the 1964 model year.
1970 Porsche 91412
The 914 was a result of Porsche looking for a replacement for their entry-level 912.
1970 Porsche 917K6
The Porsche 917 is a racecar that gave Porsche its first overall wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1970 and 1971.
1973 Porsche 917/306
The 917/30 was the most powerful sports car racer ever built and raced.
1976 Porsche 9353
The Porsche 935 was a racing car made by German carmaker Porsche, introduced in 1976.
1977 Porsche 934 Turbo RSR3
The Porsche 934 was a racing version of the Porsche 911 Turbo, prepared to FIA Group 4 rules.
1977 Porsche 936/77 Spyder3
The Porsche 936 was a racing car introduced in 1976 by Porsche as a delayed successor to the 917.
1978 Porsche 935/78 Moby Dick2
For 1978, a third and final version of the 935 was developed, the 935/78, intended only for Le Mans.
1979 Porsche 935 K33
As Porsche hesitated to sell their Evolution models, some teams developed their own ideas, especially Kremer Racing.
1980 Porsche 924 Carrera GT8
Based upon the Porsche 924 Turbo, the homologation special 924 Carrera GT was both wider and lighter, with higher turbo pressure and engine compression.
1981 Porsche 917 K-813
In 1981, it appeared that new Le Mans regulations would allow a 917 to race again.
1981 Porsche 924 Carrera GTS9
When Porsche decided to go racing with the 924, they began the process of homologation with the 924 Carrera GT and later the GTS.
1983 Porsche 928 S7
The main change for the 928 S was under the hood, where a revised 4.7 L engine was used.
1985 Porsche 944 Turbo6
Developed as the replacement for the Porsche 924, the 944 made its debut for the 1982 model year.
1986 Porsche 9596
Starting life as a homologation special for a Group B rally car, the Porsche 959 became the world’s fastest street-legal production car.
1988 Porsche 959S8
The Porsche 959S is the more powerful, limited edition version of the 1980’s fastest production car.
1989 Porsche 944 S26
For the 1989 model year Porsche introduced the 944 S2, a car that shared the same rounded nose and a rear valance of the 944 Turbo.
1991 Porsche 928 GTS6
Changed bodywork, larger front brakes and a new, more powerful 5.4L, 345 hp engine were the big advertised changes for the GTS.
1995 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Clubsport6
The Porsche 911 Carrera RS is a lightweight variant of the Porsche 993 Carrera.
1995 Porsche 911 GT211
For the 993 generation of the Porsche 911, the GT2 was basically a 911 Turbo with the all-wheel drive removed in favour of a rear-wheel drive setup.
1995 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 Coupe9
This car was significant as it was the final incarnation of the air-cooled 911 first introduced in 1964.
1996 Porsche Boxster9
Grant Larson’s design, inspired by the 356 Cabriolet, Speedster, and 550 Spyder, stimulated a commercial turnaround for Porsche.
1997 Porsche 911 GT18
The Porsche 911 GT1 was a car designed for competition in the GT1 class of sportscar racing, which also required a street legal version for homologation purposes.
1997 Porsche 911 GT1 Evolution6
In 1997, the new Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR was successful in the new FIA GT Championship.
2000 Porsche Boxster S9
Many car enthusiasts already know that the “S” badge on a Porsche signifies a truly special model, not just a trim upgrade.