Porsche 962 Overview by Anatoly Machulsky

Porsche 962 Overview by Anatoly Machulsky

You’ll be able to tell by now that Porsche 962 ( erosion) is a supercar meant to be a track day car.

With a 0 to 60mph time of 3.9 seconds ( 8hp engine coupled with a 5-speed, double clutch, aerodynamic, 7-speed S-tronic automatic transmission gives this performance ample power and speed without having to stretch the limits of pedal power), you’ll be able to get into the race line even quicker than the 260 bhp factory 6-liter engine.

And since it is a 9-2X, it is only possible to have a limited slip differential (LSD) and limited slip differential (LSD) systems.

Porsche 962 Overview by Anatoly Machulsky.

The 962 is based upon the 928 and was first built in 1985 with production winding down in 1988 before the 964 model year.

It is a 2-door, 2fastback coupe with rear wheel drive and a 2door convertible version called the 962 S for subsidiary sports car unit of Volkswagen, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro.

It is possible to buy both a coupe and a convertible 962.

Porsche 964 Overview

The 964 is also a 2-door, 2fastback coupe with 4 wheel drive, a 5-speed manual and a 2-door convertible version called the 964 Turbo.

It is possible to have a 6-speed manual and the optional 5-speed tiptronic, the Turbo is fitted with a 2.5 liter intercooled flat-four that produces 150 horsepower at 6000 rpm.

The 964 was made from 1985 to 1989 and was available in both coupe and convertible variants and it was the first German production car to be produced with a 5-speed manual gearbox.

And even with its limited edition status, it was recorded that over 22,000 964’s were sold,

Porsche 993 Overview

The new Porsche 993 is based upon the new 911 turbo. It is available in both a “track” and a “rococo” version.

The 993 is the first 911 TurboS with a transmission that is not a five-speed quadractorange, like the others before it. The first Turbo was the 993 Carrera which was the first production car to use this gearbox.

The 993 Track uses a similar gearbox as the one used in the 911 TurboS.

Porsche 993 Turbo Overview by Anatoly Machulsky.

With a 2.6 liter flat-four turbocharged engine, a new 6-speed manual and optionalrosse all-wheel-drive, the 993 Turbo comes equipped with the most advanced technology in motorsport.

It is possible to have a limited slip differential (LSD) that will help with traction control and stability programs, but will decreases the spin and helps with the tracking system for the corners.

The car is equipped with radiators and cooling ducts.

Porsche 993 Turbo and Turbo S Overview

The new Turbo model was built on the base 996 model and offers a comprehensive suite of high-performance solutions and innovative solutions for electronics, suspension, transmission and wheel.

The base car offers a 3.6 liter flat-four-cylinder SOHC 24-valve engine and a five-speed S-tronic 5-speed manual or Sport Chrono package.

The Turbo model was built on the base 996 with a more powerful 3.8-liter V-6 24-valve engine and optionalrosse all-wheel drive.

The new Turbo model offers a 6-speed transmission and specific suspension tuning for the correct ride and handling in particular applications.

The 993 Turbo will come with an 430 hp, 3.4-liter flat-four-cylinder engine with a 5-speed Tiptronic or similar configuration that includes a Sport Chrono package.

The new 994 is use the new 3.6-liter engine with a manually operated dual-clutch unit with S-tronic as standard, and can be optionally upgraded to the S-tronic transmission with sports paddle shifters.

The car will be equipped with a wide array of high-performance functions likeoil pressure monitoring system, andTaxi, Bluetooth, temporarily reserve transmission system, among others.

Within 2010 the new 911 Turbo will feature the first sunlight-adjustable TYP. The new Automatic Climate Control system is also expected to be included, allowing for both driver and passenger to select their own prevailing climate. And all this is done via the optional Sport Package.

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