Porsche 911 is a luxury sports car made between 1963 and 1989. It was more comfortable, more prominent and with a more powerful engine than 356. Porsche 911 was redesigned and built for competitions, rallies, and racing. It became one of the most successful vehicles for competition of all times. All the models were sold as 911, despite that their internal naming changed. The names of the models differ, as it is a way of Porsche to indicate when they have been revised. This usually happens every year. Over a million 911’s have been produced so far. There are many models 911 built, like 911F, 911G, 964, 993, 996, 997, and latest 991. It was built first in 1963 with 128 hp and is still in production nowadays. The early models were powered by a flat-six engine, which was updated to over 200hp by the 1970s.In the early 1970s were introduced the models Carrera RS, RSR and RSR Turbo. They were with four-speed manual transmission, wider tires, spoiler and wheel arches. A Turbo version was introduced with 260hp turbocharged three liters flat-six and raised to 300hp before 1989. In the last year of manufacturing of 930, a five-speed manual transmission substituted the four-speed manual transmission. In 1989 was introduced 964 series with 320hp turbo version and 3.3 liters turbocharged flat-six. Type 996 was the last air-cooled sports model from the brand, produced between 1994 and 1998. It was ranked in 1995 fifth, for a car of the century. Only two had remained in constant production, and the Porsche 911 is one of them. It is one of the oldest sport coupes remaining in production. The basic idea has remained the same altho improvements were made through the years — the newly introduced Type 996 market a new era and the end of the air-cooled engines in 1998. In 1990 was introduced 911 Turbo with 320hp and 3.3 laters turbocharged flat-six engine, and in the last year of its production was updated to 360 hp. In 1997 was added Turbo S with 424hp 3.6 laters twin-turbo flat-six. In 1998 was introduced 996 generation of 911, with a significant change on the body shell, and water-cooled engine. They were presented with 3.4 and 3.6 liters flat-six engines and six-speed manual. An optional X50 package was offered for the Turbo S, ensuring 450hp engine volume. GT2 was the most powerful of the 996 with 477hp. After that was introduced 997 in 2005 with 3.8 liters flat-six and own seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, it was with 480hp twin-turbocharged 3.6 liters flat-six. A Turbo S version was presented with 530hp. The 997 was introduced in 2007, as GT2 with 530hp -twin-turbocharged engine 3.6 liters flat-six with a six-speed manual transmission. RS version was also presented with 612hp and less heavyweight. The GT2 and GT3 remained in production. The GT2 was with 415hp and updated to 435hp in 2009. A less bulky turbo version was introduced as GT3 RS with 450 hp 3.8 liters flat six. The fastest version was GT3 RS 4.0 with 4 liters flat-six engine and 493hp. The most recent version was introduced in 2011 as 991 with many improvements like new flat-six engines, new-seven-speed manual transmission, and new platform. The Targa models were with a new roof. The turbo models were with 3.8 liters twin-turbo flat-six with 520hp, followed by Turbo S featuring 560hp. It was later on increased to 540 and 580hp. They became available with a seven-speed-dual-clutch automatic transmission made from Porsche. In 2015 was introduced GT3 RS with 500hp 4 liters flat six and dual clutch gearbox.
911 R was added in 2016 with 4 liters flat six and six-speed manual transmission. Since 2016 Carrera and Carrera S are launched with 3 liters twin-turbo flat-six with 370 to 420hp.
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