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Porsche 968 for sale
Here we present you some information about the 968 and some pre-owned Porsche 968 for sale:
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In 1991, the Porsche 968 was introduced as the successor to the 944 and at the same time the last Porsche of the transaxle models. The basic model was offered as a coupé and as a convertible, although the sports versions such as CS (Club Sport), Turbo S and Turbo RS were only available as coupé. As mentioned above, the Porsche 968 was equipped with the transaxle concept and was powered by a 4-cylinder in-line engine with a 3 litre capacity.
Long-term Porsche devotees will be all too familiar with the 968, introduced to the world back in 1991, and as it turned out, was to be the end of the line for Porsche’s enduring front-engined four-cylinder model line. The 968 was developed directly from the 944, which meant adopting its well-honed and well-proven running gear, whilst presenting a fresh design aesthetic that made it feel like a significantly new model.
The sport versions of the Porsche 968
In addition to the basic model, Porsche launched more powerful models for racing and road use. The so-called Porsche 968 Club Sport, many of the electronic components found in the basic model were dispensed with in terms of sportiness. In addition, the Porsche 968 Turbo RS was developed for racing.
Porsche 968 Turbo RS
The Turbo RS was equipped with a turbocharged 3 litre engine with 257 kW / 350 PS. With this model, Porsche went to the starting line in well-known racing events like in Le Mans and in the German ADAC GT-Cup. For the road use Porsche developed the 968 Turbo S. This model was equipped with a slightly weaker engine with 305 hp and was, like the Club Sport model, only available as a coupé.
In our Elferspot magazine, you can find some interesting articles about the Porsche 968: Porsche 968 – Elferspot Magazine
Technical specifications about the Porsche 968:
- Model year: 1991–1995
- Model name: Porsche 968
- Engine type: 4-cylinder front mid-engine (water-cooled)
- Engine capacity (cm3): 3000
- Body versions: Coupé & Cabriolet
- Power output (kW/PS): (176–257 kW) / (240-350 PS)
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