Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3
- Black Leather Interior
- Electrically Adjustable Seats
Porsche 911 Turbo (930)
It is based on a legend and has become one: The Porsche 930, better known as the 911 Turbo. When he appeared in 1975, he was not only the fastest production sports car in Germany, but also the world's first with exhaust turbocharger. It owes its existence to homologation requirements, but it quickly became a cult car. As the top model in the Porsche range, he inspired wealthy customers around the world.
The models up to 1977 had a 3.0-liter engine, which made 191 kW (260 hp), almost 25% more than the same time built Carrera. In 1978, an intercooler was added and the displacement increased to 3.3 liters. The power now reached 221 kW (300 hp).
Targa and convertible variants of the 911 Turbo are rare, since they were only available in 1987 - and cost a hefty surcharge. A 911 Turbo Cabrio was about 20,000 DM more expensive than a turbo coupe, or almost twice as expensive as a Carrera coupe!
All before 1989 built 930 were equipped with a manual 4-speed gearbox. Only for the last year of construction, a 5-speed gearbox was introduced, which was in the successor, the 964 Turbo, further use.
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