Porsche

The GT1 was based on the 993 body shell, but with modified exterior panels and a substantial roll-cage that also supported the engine, gearbox and suspension. This helped Porsche avoid necessary crash testing and reinforced ties to the production cars. But in almost every way, the GT1 was purpose-built race car. It had a carbon fiber body, full width wing, a tiny cockpit and a maximum power of 600bhp was developed at 7,200rpm. Compared to the GT1s which raced Lemans, the road-going version had only slight modifications. These changes include a higher ride height, softer suspension, road-going gear ratios and steel brakes which replace the race car’s carbon discs. The engine was only slightly detuned from the race version’s and a complete interior included sport seats and a full dashboard from the 993 line.

21 september, 2017

Porsche GT1

The GT1 was based on the 993 body shell, but with modified exterior panels and a substantial roll-cage that also supported the engine, gearbox and suspension. […]
21 september, 2017

Porsche Speedster

The new 911 Speedster combines the classic features of this type of Porsche sports car with further improved performance of the current 911 generation: The 3.8-litre […]
21 september, 2017

Porsche Sport Classic

Porsche’s first attempt at a retro-look 911. The Sport Classic was launched in 2009, and with production limited to 250 units. Despite being based on a […]
21 september, 2017

Porsche 918 Spyder

The Porsche 918 Spyder is a mid-engined plug-in hybrid sports car by Porsche. The Spyder is powered by a naturally aspirated 4.6-litre V8 engine, developing 608 […]
20 september, 2017

Porsche 911 R

BRAND NEW – IMMEDIATE DELIVERY .The 911 R will has the 4.0 liter flat-six from the GT3 RS, and it hasn’t been detuned in any way. […]