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Porsche 912

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Porsche 912's summary:
  • Doors: The car Porsche 912 was made only in option with 2 doors.
  • Seats: The car was issued in options with 2+2 and 4-seat salon.
  • Porsche 912 was issued with the following types of a body: fixed-head coupe, convertible (cabriolet), coupe.
  • The car 912 (1968) have 968 kg and this is the minimum weight among all modifications of Porsche 912. The heaviest car in a production line of Porsche 912, is the model 912 (1977) - its weight 1140 kg.
  • The smallest model is 912 (1965) which length makes 4163 millimeters. The longest Porsche 912 is the model 912 E (1976), which length - the 4300 millimeters.
  • Porsche 912 was equipped by 4 options of engines. The smallest engine had volume in 1580 cubic centimeters and was established on model - 912 (1969). The most powerful engine was established on models 912 (1977), 912 E (1976) and 912E (1976) and had volume in 1971 cubic centimeters.
  • The maximum speed of the Porsche 912 makes 192 kilometers per hour. You will see such information on a speedometer of model named 912 (1965).
  • The car Porsche 912 is equipped with only a manual transmission.

Porsche 912 Modifications (10)

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N Model Doors Seats Weight Length Height Engine
1 Porsche 912 (1965) 2 2+2 970В kg 4163В mm 1320В mm 1582В cm3
2 Porsche 912 (1976) - 4 1140В kg 4170В mm 1310В mm 1970В cm3
3 Porsche 912 (1970) 2 4 970В kg 4170В mm 1310В mm 1582В cm3
4 Porsche 912 (1969) 2 4 970В kg 4170В mm 1310В mm 1580В cm3
5 Porsche 912 (1967) 2 4 972В kg 4170В mm 1310В mm 1582В cm3
6 Porsche 912 (1966) 2 4 970В kg 4170В mm 1310В mm 1582В cm3
7 Porsche 912 (1968) 2 2+2 968В kg 4163В mm 1321В mm 1582В cm3
8 Porsche 912 (1977) - 4 1140В kg 4170В mm 1310В mm 1971В cm3
9 Porsche 912 E (1976) 2 4 1086В kg 4300В mm 1350В mm 1971В cm3
10 Porsche 912E (1976) 2 2+2 1086В kg 4293В mm 1341В mm 1971В cm3

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