It is a sports car manufactured between 1992 and 1995, and it is the last car with water-cooled front-engined rear wheel drive. 80% of the parts were entirely new or very upgraded.
It was more stylish from the outside and also more luxury. It was produced in Porsche's factory as a coupe and convertible. It was with updated electronics, VarioCam variable valve timing system and dual-mass flywheel with six-speed manual transmissions.
It was for sale in 1994 and 1995 first. The luxury items were removed from the 968 and replaced with racing seats, wider tires, three-spoke steering wheel not heated washer jets rear wiper and a smaller battery.
The airbag and rear seats were removed. The top speed becomes approximately 260 km per hour, and the weight was reduced with around 100kg. It was also about 20% cheaper than the regular 968. However, it was more demanded from customers than the routine 968.
The turbo version was introduced with the same body and interior design as Clubsport. It was with eight-valve SOHC cylinder head with a three litter 944S2 engine achieving up to 282 km per hour and were for sale only in Europe.
For the racing, a faster version was built with either 337 hp or 350 bhp and reduced weight. It is the most rear 968 ever manufactured with only four ever produced between 1992 and 1994. It was the last one engineered with front-engine before Cayenne.
They tend to demand a high price, especially those who were not driven a lot.