Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Coupé
The last Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Coupé of the “G-Model” series rolls off the assembly line in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen in July 1989, marking the end of the almost 17-year history of the second 911-generation. In 1973, Porsche launches the first 911 Coupé with the distinctive impact bumpers and the rear reflective panels with Porsche-lettering soon turning into trademark features. Its 2.7-litre engine produces 150 hp. Until the end of the G-Model era the capacity of the flat-six in the rear of the sports car grows to 3.2 litres. Power output is at 231 hp, and 217 hp for the motor fitted with a catalytic converter. In total, Porsche produces 196,392 G-Model 911 before the launch of its successor, the type 964, in 1989.
|Power Output:||160 kW (217 hp)|
|Acceleration 0-100 km/h:||6.3 s|
|Top speed:||240 km/h|