In 1963, Porsche introduced the successor to the 356. Back then with type designation 901, but soon this would change to 911. This is how the most iconic sports car model ever was created.
Over the years, several generations of 911 would arise. The first series was delivered with a 2.0L strong 6 cylinder, good for around 130 HP. Soon this would increase to a 2.2L to end with a 2.4L engine, good for 190HP in the S model.
The 2nd generation – also known as the ‘G-model’ – was available from model year 1974 and was equipped with a 2.7L engine that would rise to a 3L. This increased the power to 204hp from 1978. The car was available as both Coupé and Targa, but in 1983 the ‘Super Carrera’ would also be available for 1 year in a full convertible version.