Porsche 997

Porsche 911 (997)

If you wanted to see the 997 GT3 hitting 300 km/h (very fast actully) take a look at this video. It is in german, but you can hear the sound of the engine while the car speeds up to 300 km/h. Music to your ears.

If you wanted to see the 997 GT3 hitting 300 km/h (very fast actully) take a look at this video. It is in german, but you can hear the sound of the engine while the car speeds up to 300 km/h. Music to your ears.

Extreme sports cars in a duel with a fighter plane: Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640, Mercedes Mercedes SLR McLaren, Saleen Saleen S7, RUF Rt12. 2000 men responsibly for technical maintenance of the airplanes and approximately 400 in the pilot staff. 33 fighter planes of the type Panavia Tornado ECR in its hangars accommodate 577 ha large areas. Everyone with a top speed up to 2300 km/h. The test wanted to see which of the cars made the 0 to 300 km/h fastest? With a capacity enlargement of 6,2 to 6,5 litres (...)
Source: Autobild

At Essen Motor Show, H&R presented the Mission 400 Plus prototype, a 1054 hp sports car based on the Porsche 997. The intention of H&R is to break the world street-legal sports car top speed record. The Mission 400 Plus has a top speed of more than 248 mph.

Porsche 997 Turbo got a serious upgrade from Cargraphic. There are four stages of tuninf and the Turbo’s engine goes to 698 hp. The price for the entire conversion is $7800. Kit 1: 3.6L 544 bhp Kit 2: 3.6L 598 bhp Kit 3: 3.8L 618 bhp Kit 4: 3.8L 687 bhp Also the 997 Turbo got the Cargraphic wheels that are the absolute finest 3 piece wheels on the market. This 3 piece high quality product ‘’Made in Germany’’ incorporates the strongest, lightest and most durable (...)
A new facelift for the 997 will be available in 2008. There is no big difference from the current model: a slightly more aggressive front bumper, gaining larger intakes reminiscent of the new Turbo item. The rear bumper is tweaked, the new rear light clusters will be LED items, with their lense cutting into the bumper.
In Popular Science Magazine’s 2006 19th Annual "Best of What’s New" awards, the 2007 Porsche 911 Porsche 911 Turbo (997) was awarded a Best of What’s New in the Automotive category. The 2007 Porsche 911 Turbo was chosen for the development and implementation of Porsche’s variable turbine geometry (VTG) setup which was developed in close cooperation with Borg Warner Turbo Systems. It is based on technology which has been widely and successfully applied to diesel engines since the early 1990s. It (...)
Source: Newswire
If you were thinking that Porsche is nothing more than the 911 company, well then you have to know that sources inside Porsche have confirmed that Porsche is set to launch 10 new models by the end of 2010. Some of them are varianrs of the existing 997-series 911, but the others "will take the company into new and possibly controversial market niches." Porsche’s new models: 911 Turbo Cabriolet: the coupe 911 Turbo is powered by a 3.6 liter flat-six engine with an output of 473 (...)
Source: MotorTrend

Carrera 4 or Carrera 4S, Coupe or Convertible: Rinspeed is offering its aerodynamic package Indy for immediate deliveries. The original front skirt is replaced by a complete Rinspeed front skirt which enhnaces the aerodynamic down force. Side skirts let the 997 appear lower and more dynamic.


Back to top