Porsche 968 Turbo RS
The 968 is a sports car was sold from 1992 to 1995. It took over the entry-level position in Porsche's lineup from the 944. The 968 became the final model in an evolving line.
The Turbo RS is a further stripped out version of the Turbo S which was built for Porsche's customer race teams between 1992 and 1994, this variant was available in two states of tune; a 337 bhp version which was built to the German ADAC GT specification and used the K27 turbocharger from the Turbo S, and an international spec version which used a KKK L41 turbocharger producing 350 bhp and was reduced to 1212 kg in weight. Only 4 were produced.
This car was the factory prototype with Le Mans and Sebring race history.
Source: Gooding & Company; Wikipedia, 2012
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