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It was introduced in 1963 as 901 and later renamed 911 for its market launch in 1964. Its six-cylinder boxer engine was air-cooled 130 hp and a top speed of 210 km / h. In 1966 Porsche 911 S had 160 horses, the first to incorporate the alloy wheels. The 911 Targa, with its distinctive stainless steel arches, made its debut in late 1966 as the first safe cabriolet world. the Porsche 911 became more and more powerful with increasing their engine capacity to 2.2 liters initially (1969) and later to 2.4 (1971). The 911 Carrera RS 2.7 of 1972, with an engine of 210 hp and a weight below 1,000 kilos, is being the embodiment of a dream car today. Its characteristic "ducktail" rear spoiler was the first World Series in a vehicle.
|1963 Porsche 911 at Madrid Motor Days 2013|
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