Over the past five decades, the 911 has always been a symbol of Porsche. There are no cars in the world comparable to the 911 in terms of the history as well as the continuity of the generations.
- The first 911 (1963)
Following the success of the Porsche 256, the 911 generation has won the hearts of sports car fans at first sight. The first prototype was unveiled in 1963 at the Frankfurt Motor Show under the name of 901 and later converted to 911, which was officially launched in 1964.
With an air-cooled six-cylinder engine capable of producing 130 horsepower, the car can reach speeds of up to 210 km/h. The 1971 Carrera RS 2.7 in 1972 with 210 horsepower and a weight of less than 1 ton was still regarded as a dream car so far.
- Generation G-Series (1973) – Second generation
10 years after the birth of the legendary car, Porsche engineers took the 911 to new heights. Version G was produced from 1973 to 1989, longer than all the previous 911 models. The vehicle is designed with an outstanding rear bumper, a special creativity to meet American rigorous safety testing standards.
One of the most memorable milestones is the introduction of the 911 Turbo with a 3-liter engine offering 260 horsepower and a large rear spoiler. With outstanding design, luxury and performance, this model seems to radically boost the Porsche brand.
- 911 Carrera 4 (1988) – The combination between classical and modern style
When car experts predicted the end of an era ahead, Porsche produced the 911 Carrera 4 (Code 964) in 1988.
After nearly 15 years of production, the 911 generation has been refreshed to 85%, helping to assure Porsche modern cars and keep up with the trend. 3.6-liter horizontal and air-cooled engine that delivers 250 horsepower performance is still the heart of the technology.
On the exterior, the 964 differs from the predecessor cars in the aerodynamic bumpers and the rear spoiler automatically adjusts. Interior car is a complete difference. The new model is designed to make the rider feel sporty but comfortable during the ride.
- Generation 993 (1993) – The latest version of the engine air cooling
The 993 model 911 is always the only love for many Porsche drivers. Great contribution in that must take into account the great design. The integrated vehicle showcases the elegance of the vehicle. The front of the car is designed lower than previous generations, especially the change of headlights from round to polyellipsoidal style.
Model 993 quickly gained a place in the market thanks to its absolute reliability. The Turbo version was the first to use a twin-turbocharged engine, minimizing the amount of emissions emitted by vehicles during the same period. Aluminum hollow aluminum wheel has never been seen as another big invention on this special turbo version.
- Generation 996 (1997) – Water cooled system
Model 996 started production in the period of 1997 to 2005, representing a major transformation in the history of the 911. It retains all the most interesting personalities of the models. Old but a special car never known. The reason lies in the characteristic water-cooled system. Thanks to a straight 4 cylinder engine, the car can reach 300 horsepower and break the old record of fuel savings, emissions and noise reduction.
The exterior design still carries the typical 911 but with a low drag factor of 0.3 cW. The 996’s lines are a subtle blend of the successful Boxster sport convertible.
In the cockpit, the operator will enjoy a completely new space. Comfort is placed as important not as inferior to the sport features. In general, the 996 has given Porsche a revolution with so many new innovations in a line of vehicles.
- Generation 997 (2004) – Classical and modern parallel
In July 2004, Porsche introduced the new 911 Carrera and Carrera S, with an internal number of 997.
In fall 2008, the 997 was upgraded to a direct fuel injection system and dual clutch gearbox. Never before has the 911 range extended to so many customers, from versions such as the Carrera, Targa, Cabriolet rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive to Turbo, GTS, special editions and versions used on the road of the GT race cars. A total of 911 were made up of 24 different members.
- Generation 991 (2011) – Changes according to actual experience
This 991 internal identification number represents the largest technological leap ever seen in the 911.
Inheriting the values of the typical sports car for decades, the new 911 generation has brought the car to new heights. All contribute to making the car sportier and more comfortable driving experience. Technically speaking, the 911 represents the philosophy of “Porsche’s Smart Performance” – which consumes less fuel but ensures higher performance. This is explained by the 3.4 liter cylinder capacity in the basic Carrera version and the combination of aluminum and aluminum that significantly reduces vehicle weight.