The Porsche 911 made it’s debut 50 years ago at the 1963 Frankfurt Auto show under the 901 name. The 901 was a prototype sports car designed by the grandson of Porsche’s founder, to act as a replacement for the automaker’s 356 model.
This famous sports car was eventually renamed the 911 and went on to produce seven separate generations – all of which are still undeniably linked by design and spirit to the very first, original 901 prototype. (more…)
Anything that bears a Porsche moniker is eagerly awaited by the auto fanatics across the globe and the next in line is the Limited Edition Porsche 911 C4S based widebody Supersport. The Supersport will come next year with a duck-tail spoiler and double-bubble roof. The offering will not be as hardcore as the GT3 or the GT3 RS but it will still retain the Carrera 4S widebody.
As far as categorization goes, it will be considered as a grand touring car. Other than the ducktail spoiler and the double-bubble roof, there will be Fuchs-style wheels and a primer gray colored paint job. On the Inside will be some retro inspiration with a brown leather interior. The engine variants are not known as yet but what is known is the astounding price demand of $222,223.