The S remained the flagship of the 911 series in 1969 with the six-cylinder boxer engine with an output of 180 hp increased to 2.2 liters. At that time, a manual five-speed gearbox was already available for an extra charge. Motorized in this way, the Porsche 911S 2.2 achieved incredible performance for the conditions at the time. According to the factory, the top speed is 225 km / h and the Porsche accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 8.0 seconds.
In the 1970 model year, 1,744 copies of the 911S Coupé were produced.
6 cylinder boxer engine, 2,195 cm³, 180 PS (factory information)
5-speed gearbox, colored glazing, original Recaro sports seats in black leather, Blaupunkt radio, Fuchs alloy wheels, and much more.