The Porsche 911 has been in continuous production since it was introduced in 1963. This is the story of the sports car, from the aluminium-bodied 356 models hand built just after the World War II, from which the 911 evolved, right through to a preview of the high-tech 2002 models. Topics covered include: the birth of the 911, early problems and progress; engine developments, the evolution of the transmission, handling, safety, and body developments; new running gear for the 964 and 993 series; the 911 in motor sport; Porsche genealogy for production and racing models, external identification points, and principal dimensions; evolution of the flat-six engine, which became water-cooled in 1998; and the new 911 model line-up including the hatchback-style Targa and the wide-bodied Carrera 4S expected for spring 2002.Biografía del autor:
Paul Frere - engineer, writer, and former top racing driver - has driven virtually every Porsche 911 variant. He is the author of My Life Full of Cars: Behind the wheel with the world's top motoring journalist, in which this marque features strongly. He lives in Monaco.
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