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  • 356
    • Production period 1950 - 1959
      Production period 1950 - 1959 356 The first car bearing the Porsche name was built in 1948: the 356/1 roadster. With an uprated VW engine delivering 26 kW (35 hp/ at 4,000 rpm) and weighing in at 585 kg, this lightweight midengined sports car reached a top speed of
      135 km/h. The ‘Gmünd roadster’ was followed by production cars with a displacement of up to 2 liters and an output of 96 kW (130 hp). Around 78,000 examples of the 356 model were produced in Stuttgart between 1950 and 1965.

      Production period: 1948 – 1965
      Number of examples produced: 77,766
    • Production period 1960 - 1965
      Production period 1960 - 1965 356 The first car bearing the Porsche name was built in 1948: the 356/1 roadster. With an uprated VW engine delivering 26 kW (35 hp/ at 4,000 rpm) and weighing in at 585 kg, this lightweight midengined sports car reached a top speed of
      135 km/h. The ‘Gmünd roadster’ was followed by production cars with a displacement of up to 2 liters and an output of 96 kW (130 hp). Around 78,000 examples of the 356 model were produced in Stuttgart between 1950 and 1965.

      Production period: 1948 – 1965
      Number of examples produced: 77,766
  • 911 F
    • Production period 1963 - 1969
      Production period 1963 - 1969 911 F The 911 is the most famous Porsche sports car, regarded by many as the epitome of the marque. It was premiered at the IAA in Frankfurt in 1963 as the Porsche 901. However, a French manufacturer claimed copyright over the use of all model numbers with zero in the middle. In 1964, Porsche therefore changed the name from 901 to 911, after which it was also known as the F-Model.
      Nevertheless, 82 examples of the 901 Coupé had already been sold by this point.

      Production period: 1963 – 1973
      Number of examples produced: 81,100
    • Production period 1970 - 1973
      Production period 1970 - 1973 911 F The 911 is the most famous Porsche sports car, regarded by many as the epitome of the marque. It was premiered at the IAA in Frankfurt in 1963 as the Porsche 901. However, a French manufacturer claimed copyright over the use of all model numbers with zero in the middle. In 1964, Porsche therefore changed the name from 901 to 911, after which it was also known as the F-Model.
      Nevertheless, 82 examples of the 901 Coupé had already been sold by this point.

      Production period: 1963 – 1973
      Number of examples produced: 81,100
  • 911 G
    • Production period 1974 - 1983
      Production period 1974 - 1983 911 G Typical features on the Porsche known as the G-Model included striking safety bumpers. The Porsche 911 was also pioneering in terms of occupant
      safety:
      it featured a modernised interior, oriented towards safety with shock-absorbing steering wheel, retractable threepoint seat belts and integrated headrests. Thanks to KJetronic fuel injection, the 2.7-liter engines offered a significant reduction in exhaust and noise emissions.

      Production period: 1974 – 1989
      Number of examples produced: 196,397
    • Production period 1984 - 1989
      Production period 1984 - 1989 911 G Typical features on the Porsche known as the G-Model included striking safety bumpers. The Porsche 911 was also pioneering in terms of occupant
      safety:
      it featured a modernised interior, oriented towards safety with shock-absorbing steering wheel, retractable threepoint seat belts and integrated headrests. Thanks to KJetronic fuel injection, the 2.7-liter engines offered a significant reduction in exhaust and noise emissions.

      Production period: 1974 – 1989
      Number of examples produced: 196,397
  • 914
    • Entire production periods
      Entire production periods 914 Co-produced with VW and priced below the 911, the 914 was launched in 1969.
      This midengined sports car featured a
      removable roof and a fourcylinder fuelinjected engine. 13,312 units of this model were sold in 1970 alone. The uprated 914-6 version was fitted with the 2-liter sixcylinder engine of the 911 T.

      Production period: 1969 – 1976
      Number of examples produced: 118,982
  • 928
    • Production period 1977 - 1986
      Production period 1977 - 1986 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
    • Production period 1987 - 1995
      Production period 1987 - 1995 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
  • 924
    • Version 924
      Version 924 924 The 924 was the first Porsche to feature a transaxle layout with a watercooled frontmounted engine and a gearbox on the rear axle.

      Production period: 1976 – 1988
      Number of examples produced: 150,684
    • Version 924 S
      Version 924 S 924 The 924 was the first Porsche to feature a transaxle layout with a watercooled frontmounted engine and a gearbox on the rear axle.

      Production period: 1976 – 1988
      Number of examples produced: 150,684
  • 944
    • Production period 1982 - 1985
      Production period 1982 - 1985 944 The 944 – an aerodynamically enhanced 2+2-seater – quickly developed a large fan base.
      “At the heart of the 944 is a sensationally smoothrunning, cultured engine whose economic efficiency will bring tears to the eyes of oil moguls”, stated Motor magazine in a test report. The transaxle configuration already familiar from the 924 and 928 ensured excellent handling.

      Production period: 1982 – 1991
      Number of examples produced: 163,302
    • Production period 1985 - 1991
      Production period 1985 - 1991 944 The 944 – an aerodynamically enhanced 2+2-seater – quickly developed a large fan base.
      “At the heart of the 944 is a sensationally smoothrunning, cultured engine whose economic efficiency will bring tears to the eyes of oil moguls”, stated Motor magazine in a test report. The transaxle configuration already familiar from the 924 and 928 ensured excellent handling.

      Production period: 1982 – 1991
      Number of examples produced: 163,302
  • 968
    • 968 Entire production periods
      968 Entire production periods 968 The successor to the 944, the 968 was offered as a Coupé and Cabriolet.
      Further development of the transaxle layout resulted in outstanding response and low fuel consumption. At that time, the 968 was regarded as the fourcylinder with the highest torque and displacement in its class.

      Production period: 1992 – 1995
      Number of examples
      produced: 11,248
  • 964
    • 964 Entire production periods
      964 Entire production periods 964 The 964 was the successor to the Porsche 911 GModel.
      New features included a regulated catalytic converter, power steering and an anti-lock braking system (ABS). The engine output of the 964 ranged from
      184 kW (250 hp) on the 911 Carrera
      models to 265 kW (360 hp) on the 911 Turbo.

      Production period: 1988 – 1994
      Number of examples produced: 63,762
  • 993
    • Entire production periods
      Entire production periods 993 The successor to the 964, the 993 was the last model of the classic Porsche
      911 series to feature an aircooled boxer engine.
      Parts of the critical areas of the 993 body were made using highstrength steels. In contrast to the 964, engine features now included an engine management system and a twin exhaust system with two separate metal catalytic converters.

      Production period: 1993 – 1998
      Number of examples produced: 68,881
  • 986
    • Equipment 986-Entire production periods
      Equipment 986-Entire production periods 986 From September 1996, the Porsche Boxster set a new benchmark in performance and safety in the opentop sports car segment.
      The roadster combined the exceptional driving dynamics of a sports car with unrestricted everyday practicality.
      An innovative kinematic system enabled the electrically powered roof to open and close in just 12 seconds – an unrivalled feat.
      The Boxster distinguished itself from its fiercest competitors with its midengined concept and typical Porsche sixcylinder boxer engine.

      Production period: 1997 – 2004
      Number of examples produced: 164,874
  • 996
    • Equipment 996-Entire production periods
      Equipment 996-Entire production periods 996 In 1997, Porsche introduced a completely new 911. With its classic style, the body was larger and the suspension further improved.
      In addition, the model was equipped with a more powerful version of the new watercooled, sixcylinder boxer engine.

      Production period: 1998 – 2005
      Number of examples produced: 175,262
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