CARS

Porsche Sport Classic

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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 humble Carrera S. The Sport Classic comes in the form of Porsche’s familiar 3.8-liter direct-injected flat-six. While it is also shared with the Carrera S (where it makes 385 horsepower), the Sport Classic is fitted with the optional engine ”Powerkit” as standard equipment. In addition to updated engine management software, the expensive option delivers a carbon fiber air filter casing, variable double-resonance intake manifold, modified cylinder heads and a sport exhaust system with the aforementioned special tailpipes. The result is 408 horsepower (at 7,300 rpm) and 310 pound-feet of torque (at 4,200 rpm) with the redline set at 7,500 rpm. Power is sent to the mechanical limited-slip rear differential through a standard six-speed manual gearbox. As far as performance numbers go, Porsche conservatively says the 911 Sport Classic will hit 62 mph in 4.6 seconds and 124 mph in 14.8 seconds. The drag-limited top speed is 187 mph. The interior of the 911 Sport Classic is as unique as its exterior. All Porsche models are offered with customized ”Porsche Exclusive” components, but the Sport Classic takes it over the top. Look past the overwhelming use of the dark brown color palette (Porsche calls it ”Espresso Nature”) and you’ll find some unique and classy touches more timeless than today’s overused hard-surface carbon fiber panels

Make:
Porsche
Model:
Sport Classic
Mileage (KM):
15,407km
Body style:
Convertible
Engine Type:
Petrol
Engine:
Flat six, 3800cc
Transmission:
Dual-Clutch Automatic
Color:
Flat shade sport, Classic Grey
Interior color:
Espresso Nature

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