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928

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928

Alongside the 911 Turbo, the large 928 ‘sports tourer’ was the most expensive Porsche production car. In addition to an alloy V8 engine and aluminum chassis, innovations on the luxury Gran Turismo included a rear suspension known as the ‘Weissach axle’.
The result: improved cornering characteristics and directional stability during load changes.

Production period: 1977 – 1995
Number of examples produced: 61,056

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