Porsche, 1969, 911 T

Porsche “911 T”, 1969.

Born as the replacement for the 356, the Porsche 911 is one the most-known sports car ever.
Its design, drawn by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, will remain unaffected for decades, from 1964 to 1989 with the 964 series.

The car in the Museo is a 1969 911, year when the flat-6 engine will grow from 2 to 2.2 liters of displacement, reaching 125 horsepower for the T version.

 

Vehicle
Marque: Porsche
Model: 911 T
Engine: posteriore longitudinale - boxer
Cylinder number / Capacity: 6 / 2195 cc
Power: 125 bhp at 5800 rpm
Speed: 205 kph
Weight: 1110 kg
Length: 4163 cm
Width: 1610 cm
Height: 1320 cm
Year: 1969
Numbers Built: 15.082
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