2010 Porsche 911 Sport Classic
Restricted Edition 911 to debut at Frankfurt Motor Show along side New Turbo, GT3 RS and Cup Race vehicle
ATLANTA September 2, 2009 Porsche AG features distilled the DNA associated with the classic 911 into a choose appearance of course and magnificence. Built in strictly restricted numbers when it comes to most passionate and well-heeled fans, the 911 Sport Timeless marks Porsches come back to the custom of sometimes issuing ultra-exclusive manufacturing vehicles. The 911 Sport Classic would be provided within 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show together with the 2010 911 Turbo, GT3 RS and GT3 Cup battle automobile and manufacturing may be held to just 250 vehicles.
This extraordinary 911 comes from Porsche Exclusive, the organizations special department that caters to the creative desires of their clients. Developed over three years, the 911 Sport Vintage shows amazing attention to every detail, with each aspect of its design catering particularly toward many demanding selection of aficionados.
The unique personality of this 911 Sport Timeless is evident at first sight into the newly developed double-dome roofing. While this design will be based upon the rear-wheel-drive Carrera S, it features the broader back human anatomy of this Carrera 4S, featuring its rear fenders distended by 1.73-inches, making it possible for the broader rear track. A striking SportDesign front apron with exclusive spoiler lip while the fixed ducktail back spoiler (a visual mention of the the 1973 Carrera RS 2.7) round from the unmistakable appearance of the 911 Sport Timeless.
Power originates from Porsches 3.8-liter flat-six engine with Direct gas Injection (DFI), usually found in the 911 Carrera S, improved with a newly-developed resonance intake manifold with six vacuum-controlled changing flaps. Energy is up by 23 hp to 408. The 911 Sport Vintage will simply be accessible with a six-speed manual gearbox.