917 KH (Gulf Livery)
This car won at Spa in the 1971 World Sportscar Championship, driven by Mexico’s Pedro Rodríguez and Britain’s Jackie Oliver.
As well as the legendary livery and its short-tail, the combination of 800 kg body and air-cooled 5.0 L boxer engine achieves 630 PS and max. speed 360 km/h+.
904 Carrera GTS
The three letters, which stand for Gran Turismo Sport, first entered the annals of Porsche history in 1964, when a 904 Carrera GTS won the legendary Targa Florio.
As this first GTS shows its sportiness on its performance; super light grass fibre body weights just 650 kg, 2.0 L boxer 4-cylinder creates 180 PS and max. speed at 263 km/h.
924 Carrera GTR
Based on 924 Carrera GTS which made a lot of won in the field of rally world, GTR was created focusing on the race track use and overall manufactured units are nearly 20 units.
Talking about its engine, 2.0 inline 4 with trans-axle layout, the standard GTS delivered 240 PS, while the GTR designed exclusively for race track use achieved an output of 375 PS.
In 1979, the German Porsche Kremer Racing Team established a milestone with the first win for a Porsche customer and the first success of a rear-engine race car.
The 935 is a racing car based on 911 Turbo (930) and Kremer Racing tuned up and created 935 K3. The iconic livery in orange is bright and fresh even in now.
As known as “Moby Dick”, 935/78 is the legendary racing car which finished the 6 Hours of Silverstone race with a seven-lap lead and achieved speed of 366 km/h on the Hunaudières straight at Le Mans 24.
Based on 911 GT2 RS, the 700 PS racer with 3.8 L flat 6 twin-turbo engine featuring a body reminiscent of the legendary Porsche 935/78 will be produced in a limited number of 77 units.
ADVAN alpha 962 C
This is the legendary Group C machine and the winner of All-Japan Sports Prototype Championship in 1989.
The 956 and 962 gave Porsche 6 wins at Le Mans 24 and numerous victories on a lot of races all over the world.
718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport
The 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport is the first ever production race car to feature body parts made of natural-fibre composite material and its weight is just 1,320 kg.
The naturally aspirated 3.8-litre flat-six engine produces 425 PS and this racing car shows its great performances on Porsche Sprint Challenge Cup Japan.
After the third consecutive success in 2017, Porsche has 19 overall Le Mans wins to its tally – plus three titles in both the drivers’ and the manufacturers’ world championships.
As the model name implies, its power unit generates approx. 1000 PS as system output and enables the max. speed more than 330 km/h.