Porsche 9146 - 1969-1972Details click here
In 1967, porsche and volkswagen signed an agreement to jointly produce a mid-engined sports car. It was to be built in two versions: The 9144 with a vw engine and the 9146 with the porsche power unit. The original plan was even to market the 914 as a volkswagen!
Porsche 935 - 1976-1978Details click here
The porsche 935 was introduced in 1976 as a 930 prepared according to the rewritten rules for endurance racing. Devoted automobile historians still regard it as one of the most ingenious concoctions of the fabled porsche marque.
Porsche 959 - 1983-1988Details click here
The porsche 959 is the fastest and most exclusive production car in existence. The first 200 were sold below cost to previous porsche customers; For those who missed out, another 50 twro-seat coupes were then made. The road version was created only to qualify the car for group b racing, which had been canceled by the time production began. Competition prototype 959s won the 1984 and 1986 paris-dakar rallies.
Porsche Carrera 2.7rs - 1973Details click here
In 1973, porsche resurrected a celebrated name in honor of its 911 series carrera. An identification that had already earned celebrated reviews during its association with the porsche 356. Carrera evoked porsches earlier racing successes in the fifties.
Porsche Type 64 - 1938-1939Details click here
Ferdinand porsche had pleased hitler by designing the future volkswagen beetle (project 60 of porsches studio) and building the first three prototypes in his garage. In 1938 he was commissioned to develop a high-performance version of the vw to enter in the berlin-rome-berlin race scheduled for september 1939 but never held because world war ii broke out.