Porsche always seems to develop the new 911 as the iconic model has produced many variants and special editions. Our spy photographers captured the 911 with a ducktail spoiler, which is likely to be a Sport Classic model, and we now have video adopting the famous Nurburgring race track. The video also provides for listening to the turreting exit note.
With the video showing the car through its paces on the track, the exit note in the video is easily audible on many occasions. Sounds great, as if there was a lot of doubt. Powertrain details are scant at the moment, though the previous 911 Sport Classic offered the company a decade ago a naturally aspirated 3.8-liter flat-six that offered 408 horsepower (304 kW) and 310 pound-feet (420 million- Meter) created torque.
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The Sport Classic could use a potential powertrain that will be introduced in the upcoming 911 GTS model. The car is rumored to produce around 470 hp (350 kW) when it arrives. The 911 Sport Classic in the video shows that it has enough power to pull the tail out slightly.
The car does not have camouflage licking on it, though the design is not surprising outside of the ducket spoiler. Porsche is not trying to hide it. The car looks like your typical 911, though it has a double-bubble roof for some added sportiness. The test vehicle also wears unique front and rear fascia borrowed from the Turbo S.
The previous Sport Classic, which Porsche made, limited production to 250 models, and we expect Porsche to limit production to the new one. The car looks ready for primetime, although we don’t expect the company to reveal it officially by the end of 2021 or early 2022, so it’s a little certain that we can say with certainty that the Sport Classic is back is.
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