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Triple anniversaire pour trois Porsche légendaires

Les Porsche 718 RS 60 Spyder, 911 Turbo (Type 993) et Porsche 918 Spyder fêtent respectivement leurs 60, 25 et 10 ans.

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La Porsche 911 Turbo type 993 fête ses 25 ans

Il y a 25 ans, elle a fait la une des journaux et, aujourd’hui encore, elle reste une icône : la Porsche 911 Turbo type 993 a été l’ultime version Turbo de l’ère des moteurs refroidis par air. Le nouveau modèle haut de gamme de la génération 993 a été présenté en première mondiale au …

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918 Spyder, 993 Turbo et 718 RS 60 Spyder : triple anniversaire chez Porsche en 2020 !

Chez Porsche, on aime les chiffres iconiques, à commencer par 911. Les anniversaires sont aussi importants chez le constructeur de Stuttgart qui fête ceux de trois modèles iconiques en 2020. La supercar hybride Porsche 918 Spyder dévoilée à Genève en 2010, la 911 type 993 Turbo qui a inauguré le double turbo sur la 911 et le 718 RS 60 Spyder, véhicule de course léger et performant des années 60.

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2020, Porsche célèbre les anniversaires des 718 RS 60 Spyder, 911 Turbo (Type 993) et 918 Spyder

En cette année 2020, Porsche célèbre trois anniversaires importants, trois sportives qui ont marqué son histoire par leur technologie : les 718 RS 60 Spyder, 911 Turbo (Type 993) et 918 Spyder. 60 ans de la 718 RS 60 Spyder En 1960, Porsche lance une voiture de sport qui, dès sa première saison, remporte de […]

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Gasp In Awe As This 600-HP 993 GT2 Evo Barks Around Spa-Francorchamps

Looking at the massive center-lock BBS wheels underneath those riveted wheel arches makes one giddy. With its widened track and complete absence of amenities, the GT2 Evo oozes unmistakable purpose—a sort of purpose which borders on crude. That’s part of the charm of this old-fashioned brute.

The 993 spent a relatively short span of time on the world stage, but it represented a significant transition in the design theory behind many of the 911-based racing cars. While the 993 GT2 racing variant was turbocharged, small, and very raw. With the 996, Porsche strayed away from forced induction, enlarged the car, and cooled the motor with water. It was a more discreet machine in so many ways.

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The 993 kept some of that brutal charm, and the GT2 Evo variant—a car designated for GT1 racing—took the game a bit further. A second story to the already massive wing, an improved front bumper, and splitter helped keep the car planted at speed. The addition of bigger turbochargers, reined in by restrictors, bumped the output to 600 horsepower and 490 lb-ft of torque—sent through a quick-shifting six-speed manual with a rifle-bolt throw. That much power and low-end torque push around 2,400 pounds. That power-to-weight and a propensity for lift-off oversteer make this car a handful.

The GT2 Evo blends purpose and panache better than most—especially when it’s painted in Mint Green.

Relentless acceleration, strong brakes, a precise gear change, and great traction are its strengths. We can also see how it is a car which can be somewhat reluctant to turn in, but at least wheelspin at corner-exit is never an issue. Granted, these laps are somewhat restrained, and understandably so, but they’re still fast enough to test the balance of this intimidating car.

Though its nose is not the pointiest around, the car seems to neutralize a little at higher speeds (2:50).

The subdued engine note almost dulls the impression of the car, but it is a savage, demanding car. A lift off the throttle gets the rear well out of shape (1:08), but it’s caught and the drift doesn’t diminish the GT2‘s ability to turn power into propulsion. Though it’s a bit feisty at slower speeds, few cars can accelerate off a corner quite as quickly.

Just imagine what this animal would be like with its restrictors removed.

It’s an old-school 911 and it tries to swap ends with a prolonged lift off the throttle. One’s hands must be quick with this car.

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