In 1992, Porsche introduced the Carrera RS, a lightweight, rear-wheel-drive only version of the 964.
The RS was fitted with individually selected engines of type M64/03 which had a minimum power output of 260hp and a lightweight flywheel coupled to the G50/10 gearbox with closer ratios, asymmetrical limited slip differential and steel synchromesh. The interior was stripped out and was devoid of luxuries such as electric windows, rear seats and air conditioning. Leather Recaro bucket front seats and lightweight carpets were fitted and the sound deadening was much reduced. The bonnet was made of aluminium, the chassis was partly seam welded, and thinner glass was used in the doors and rear window.
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