New generation Porsche 911 Sport Classic launched, comes with a manual transmission
Porsche has just launched a special edition 911 using a manual transmission with and limited to only 1,250 units worldwide.
The original 997-generation Porsche 911 Sport Classic from 2009 was produced in a run of just 250 units, all of which were sold within 48 hours of launch. Specifically, German car company Porsche has also launched a new version of the 992-generation 911 series called 911 Sport Classic 2023, there will be only 1,250 cars produced and this is also the first time a Sport Classic model is offered. sold in the US.
The Porsche logo on both the outside and inside recalls some of the company’s earlier designs. And not to be missed the classic Fuchs wheels, which are combined between the size of 20 inches at the front, 21 inches at the rear. The 911 Sport Classic includes many design features that you won’t find on other models. The roof is made from carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP). The hood is also CFRP and not offered on the 911 Turbo.
Incorporating the Turbo S’ flared rear panel into the Sport Classic was key to giving the car a classic, wide-body look. The ducktail spoiler also adds significantly to the classic design, paying homage to the beloved 911 Carrera RS from the 1970s.
The fixed front spoiler and dark LED-Matrix headlights are exclusive to the Sport Classic. Buyers can choose any number from 1 to 99 to add to the sides of the body, or they can be removed to look more like a race car. The interior is also numbered with the same yellow material as on the Heritage Edition.
The interior was also upgraded for the special edition 911. Semi-aniline leather was used for the first time since the 918 Spyder, where it was combined with fabric seat cushions, cloth door panels and wood trim to evoke the air. From the late 1960s to the early 1970s, the watches were also classically designed and you’ll find plenty of Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur logos inside and out.
Other standard operating features include: a tuned version of Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), ceramic composite brakes, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), Rear Wheel Steering, The sport chronograph package and specially modified Sport exhaust system make the sound louder inside as Porsche has removed some of the insulation from the cabin.
Porsche 911 Sport Classic is developed based on the 992 Turbo S model, but the 3.7L twin-turbo petrol engine is combined with a 7-speed manual transmission, for a capacity of 543 horsepower and 601Nm of torque. This makes it the most powerful manual transmission model in the 911 lineup. This version is still a four-seater (2+2), as the 911 Sport Classic’s goal is not to be a class racing machine. It’s heavy but it’s a fun car to drive.=
The 911 Sport Classic will be offered in four colors, including Black, Agate Metallic, Gentian Blue Metallic, or Sport Gray – a color specifically made for the Sport Classic. Buyers will also be eligible to receive a special Sport Classic themed watch. The price of the car has yet to be announced.
To date, Porsche has delivered 68,426 vehicles to customers worldwide. The number of vehicles delivered decreased by 5% compared to the same period last year. Specifically, SUVs have always received great love from customers: Porsche Cayenne recorded 19,029 vehicles delivered in the first quarter. This figure for the Macan was 18,329 vehicles.
The Taycan all-electric sports car has a total of 9,470 units delivered. The iconic 911 sports car also sold 9,327 units. Sales of Panamera models reached 7,735 units, while 4,536 718 Boxsters and 718 Caymans were produced and delivered to customers.
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