Porsche 928

The sports car Porsche 928, a 2 +2 seater with front engine water-cooled, was produced from 1977 to 1995 and is 924 optical (beefy) and technical (rather than four-cylinder V8) far superior to the Porsche. Unlike the Porsche 924, the pop-up headlights are the Porsche 928 open and stand on when needed. The various models of the sports car is known under the designations 928, 928 S, 928 S4 and 928 GT. From 1991 to 1995, finally, the last generation of the Porsche 928 came off the line with the 928 GTS with a 350-hp, 5.4-liter V8 engine under the hood was the 1600 kg heavy coupe, which in 5.7 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h and reaches a top speed of over 270 km / h is the most powerful vehicle of the Porsche 928 model range. All who wish to purchase a new or used car should look at this website. Here you will find, among other Italian and German sports cars than new cars as well as used cars or years in all variants, as well as a coupe and as a convertible.

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