The Porsche 997 Sport Classic made its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, a unique model limited to 250 cars, officially strictly produced for Europe. Its specially modified 3,800-cc four-cam, four-valve normally aspirated and direct-injected engine is aided by a “Power Kit”. With the exhaust system and carbon-fiber air-box, these upgrades produced a thumping 408 hp, a 23-horse improvement over the standard Carrera S motor. Power is delivered through a six-speed, fully synchronized manual transaxle with a mechanical limited-slip differential. The 911 Sport Classic includes many desirable options, including advanced PCCB Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes and the very effective PASM sports suspension which lowers the car by nearly an inch. The roof contour is reminiscent of the “double bubble” roofs seen on the designs of Zagato. The body shell includes wider (by 1.75 in.) rear quarter panels borrowed from the Carrera 4 to accommodate the wider track, along with revised rocker sills and rear bumper. The 19-in. alloy wheels are custom-made and resemble the iconic rims made by Fuchs. The interior of the Sport Classic has been described as “the most lavish, finely detailed interior seen on a production Porsche.” The Adaptive Sport Seats are covered with an attractive combination of woven leather and fabric.
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