19.6 City L/100km 11.8 Hwy L/100km
When it came time to build the 930’s successor, Porsche knew it had a tall order to execute. Due to production hurdles and budget constraints, the first batch of 964 model Turbos were fitted with modified 3.3-liters derived from the 930 Turbo. Porsche remapped the renewed powertrains for a more linear, less hair-raising, power delivery. Still, for 1990, the 3.3 Turbo 964 proved to be fast enough with around 315 horsepower and 332 pound feet of torque.
By 1993, the 964 Turbo received an all-new engine. Upped to a 3,600cc 3.6-liter with higher compression and, most importantly, more boost, the new turbocharged M64 engine spooled power up to 360 horsepower and a tire melting 385 pound feet of torque! These late-cycle updated 3.6 Turbos were only built from 1993 to 1994, a total of 1,437 units were built by production’s end. These low production numbers make the late 964 “Turbo 3.6” one of the rarest and highly coveted 911 models to date.
The 964 chassis captured both traditional 911 characteristics, like it’s telepathic lightweight steering and rear-wheel bias pendulum-like handling, while providing modern performance and amenities with more power than ever before, ABS brakes, an improved HVAC system and dual airbags.
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