First-generation 911 designed in 1964. Rear mounted flat-six engine. The 911 is the most famous Porsche model
A 911/1 powered by a flat 4-cylinder 356 engine. Series production from 1965 to 1969 and in 1976. The 912 (1965-1969) is powered by a 90 HP version of the 356 SC engine
Model made from 1973 to 1989, a longer period than any other generation of 911. It has bumpers with bellows to absorb impacts.
Presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1990. Power of up to 385 HP with the Turbo S Leichtbau. Rear mounted engine.
Prestige sports car made between 1989 and 1994. Rear-mounted, air-cooled 3.6 L flat-six engine. Four-wheel drive.
The 997 represents a visual return to the older 911 models. A high-performance car, with a 3.6 L boxer engine developing 325 HP (236 kW), whereas the new 3.8 litre Carrera engine develops 355 HP (261 kW).
Small roadster made during the late 1970s. Archetype of the sports car for the period, two-seater. Flat four engine mounted in central rear position (1.7 L, 1.8 L and 2.0 L)
A model radically different from the 911. Made in the late 1970s. Features a front-mounted 4-cylinder in-line engine with liquid (water) cooling. 4-cylinder petrol engine. Maximum power 210 HP. The car was a great commercial success for Porsche.
Sports model made from 1978 to 1995, the first model with a front-mounted V8. Maximum power 350 HP.
Sports model made from 1981 to 1991. Maximum power 163 to 250 HP. Front mounted engine.
Sports model presented in October 1991 at the Frankfurt Show. It replaces the 944, with which it shares about 20% of its components. Front engine. Maximum power 240 HP.
Sports model made between 1996 and 2016. Its name combines boxer, the flat type of engine, and roadster, a small two-door, two-seater convertible. It has a flat six atmospheric engine.
De luxe four-door sports saloon. Its name refers to the race known as the Carrera Panamericana. Power between 300 and 570 HP.