SP-X / Cologne. Porsche's legendary chief designer, Helmuth Bott, came to the very end: The Porsche 911 Carrera (type 964) introduced 30 years ago as a sprint under its leading sports car, sprinting the Olympus technically feasible Vmax stars. To this end, Bott gave the boxer a number of technical frets that had previously been supplied by the 959 supernatural technician. Although the new 911 retained the classic 911 outline compared to its predecessor, the 15-year G model, 85 percent of the parts had been altered. In particular, the variable four wheel drive with which Carrera 4 was offered from the beginning was considered revolutionary and made it the opinion of many specialized medals as "the best 911 ever". The sometimes awkward reactions of the heckangetriebene in the border area were now history. However, this is due to a completely new suspension with old torsion springs. Half a year later, Carrera 2 continued to justify the combination of traditional rear hatchbacks and rear wheels for all traditional ones. In addition to the Carrera versions, Coupé, Cabriolet and Targa have also added new turbos, the 964 program, which culminated in 280 kW / 381 hp and almost 300 km / h in Turbo S in 1991. Helmuth Bott had already left Porsche to operate as an independent consultant in Zuffenhausen over 35 years. However, he had given last 911 everything to drive Porsche from the crisis. Indeed, manufacturers of sports cars suffered from the massive collapse of the dollar and the decline in sales in North America and Germany in the late 1980s. Japan's sports caps disrupted the old four-cylinder 924 and 944, the V8 Coupe 928 was below expectations and also nearly nineteen years largely unchanged The 911 built G model needed a technical collector that surpassed a new set of specialists. The first signs of the turn came from Helmuth Bott's extremely expensive high-tech high-flyer Porsche 959, which the Swabians launched in 1985 as the fastest-ever athlete of all time. Despite the $ 420,000-astronomical high price, the small edition of the 331 kW / 450 hp 959 Turbo, which was four-wheeled before the start of the series, was out of print – Bugatti (EB 110) or Jaguar (XJ 220) could not repeat. That's why the Porsche 911 Carrera 4 (type 964) made a combination of air-tight pacemaker and four-wheel engine three years after the new athletic success model that suits Elfer's 25th anniversary. In 959, Porsche developers had been "before using a series of all-wheel technology and anti-lock brakes," told reporters Helmuth Bott. Porsche had no other experience than a traction sheave, since in 1934 Ferdinand Porsche had presented the first rear wheel set-ups with four wheel drive. In the 1988 Carrera 4, the engine transfer unit was connected to the differential axis of the front axle with a transaxle tube and 69% driven to the rear axle to keep it dry. Unlike smoothness, electronics shifted power distribution. Customers were enthusiastic: no car with optional four-wheel drive achieved a larger wheel, and even Audi's Quattro concept could not be met. At the same time, Porsche fans accepted the new "Wunder von Weissach" inflation, as the media is called the 911 Carrera 4, which has been cut to victory at the Porsche Development Center. Whether the Ferrari Mondial, Maserati Karif, Lotus Esprit or Aston Martin V8 – now at least 184 kW / 250 hp and of course fully usable for everyday use, the Porsche 911 Carrera remained a European Asphaltbrenner support. Also a fast and now expensive samurai, such as the Toyota Supra Turbo or the Mazda RX-7 Turbo, barely scored against Stuttgart's boxers in strength training. This also showed a renewed penalty in third place in luxury class German racing straight behind the BMW 7 Series and the Mercedes-Benz S category. Thus, the 964 series again showed its special position among the athletes: the only competitor who also served as a business jumper. Porsche's Development Manager Helmuth Bott was pleased and kept his last punishment in interviews the best and most suitable for the 21st century. Type 964 had an enlarged 3.6-liter air-cooled boxer and a standard three-way catalytic converter which, thanks to double ignition, made it even more satisfying and even met the emission regulations that were to be expected until the new millennium. All this aerodynamically smooth body, which formerly mocked as a railcar wagon, was now as skillfully integrated as a recessed rear spoiler that drove automatically 80 km / h. Of course, there was, however, criticism, so in the media sometimes bridges were blamed, which seemed retrofitted. Or the front of the Carrera 4 chassis, because all bike technology required honors. Ultimately, however, it exceeded the enthusiasm of a sports car, which was only justified by rational considerations: "Breakfast may be longer, you've come back for dinner earlier." "Faster, better spoilers and even lighter: Carrera RS was introduced in 1991, was a good 25 percent more expensive than a normal punishment, but without airbags, power steering and luxury features like air conditioning or radio 175 kilograms weighed. What made him interact with the reinforced 191kWh / 260hp boxer with a fussy beast because the test drivers were. So really strong and intense, but in fact only turbo again, originally proven to be a 3.3 liter boxer and 235 kW / 320 hp (since 1993 with a new 3.6-liter boxer and 360 hp) and a solid, giant back strap. The true macho, the Ferrari killer and Collector's Hearts, however, chose 280 kW / 381 hp to release Turbo S's carbon racing and racing suspension. This nearly $ 300,000 costly and only 80 times split the bullet fade in every Ferrari Testaros. Otherwise, it was also cheaper. That was the order of the 911 fashionable colors that really cut off. For example, purple blue, star ruby or purple yellow. The well-established sports equipment manufacturer at that time did not seem to be more courageous to narrow down the colors that annoyed the used car cranes later on. Beautifully colorful and pretty fast, type 964 accelerated to more than 74,000 units in five years, so the 993 came to make it even better. Chronicle: 1963: Porsche 901 World premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Since Peugeot has a numbering right of 901, the new Porsche series is modeled with 911 new 130 hp six cylinder 1965: IAA's Porsche introduces 911 Targa as the world's first security complex. 1967: 911 Targa. Three 911 stainless steel were produced as a test tool in 1969, with a margin of 2.2 liters. Innovative injector petrol injection type 911 E (165 hp) and 911 S (180 hp) 1971: Increased displacement in all 911 types to 2.4 liters 1972: Removal of family members (including Ferdinand Piech and 911 designer Alexander Porsche) . Ernst Fuhrmann is the Managing Director of newly established Porsche AG 1.3. Introduced with the Carrera RS, with the rear spoiler as the fastest German production vehicle in 1973: The 911 Series G series has optical changes and a 2.7-liter engine. New K-Jetronic Gasoline Injection 1974: The Porsche 911 Turbo is the world's first turbocharged sports car and new technology and acceleration standard in the 911 history 1975: The introduction of hot dip galvanized steel 1977: The new achievements are 911 Turbo 3.3 and 300 hp. 928 as a possible successor to 911 1979: US launches in a regulated three-way catalytic converter in 1980 911: Hot dip galvanized steel uses a seven-year guarantee through rust 1981: Peter W. Schutz becomes Chairman of the Board since January 1, and calls for a 911 forward model series in 1982: Porsche 911 Cabriolet 1983: Now a 3.2 liter displacement. Porsche 959 presents the Group B study. Delivery launch for the cabriolet. Addition to the name Carrera for all 911 1985: Provided four-way catalytic converter introduced in 911 in Germany 1986: Porsche 959 wins in Paris-Dakar Rally 1987: Special Series 2100 Porsche 911 Speedster 1988: World Premiere and Beginning 964 Series 964 Model G model was nearly a completely renewed vehicle with 85% fresh parts. However, in addition to the bumper, the body remained unchanged. The air cooled six cylinder now produced 3.6 liters and 284 kW / 250 hp. The position was automatically 80 km / h rear spoiler. However, the technical features were Carrera 4's four-wheel drive, standard ABS and 1991 standard airbags. The power steering system was available since 1988. The modern coil spring was replaced by a modern coil spring instead of the previous torsion spring. Originally, only 911 Carrera 4 is available. Its electronically controlled four-wheel drive carries 31 percent forward driving torque and 69 percent rear axle. Depending on the driving situation, the distribution may be varied. In addition, the center console has a lift switch in 1989: in most markets the 911 Carrera 4 sales price is parallel to the old 911 G series. The 911 Carrera 2 (964) with a traditional rear wheel drive is only nachgeschoben six months later. Versions Coupé, Cabriolet and Targa are available for 911 Carrera 2 and Carrera 4. The Automatic Transmission Tiptronic with Automatic Transmission or Manual Transmission is Available in 1990: New Porsche Carrera Cup Racing 911 (964) Chassis Tuning, Weight Reduction with Isolation and Passenger Seat Removal and now 195 kW / 265 hp power. Standard passive safety system driver and front passenger airbag. In August, Porsche communicated the 1991 model year 1991 with mainstream designer Harm Lagaay (1989 Porsche) in fashionable shades such as Sternrub, signal and mint green and blue, but also metal coral and cobalt blue. 1991: Model 1991 complements Tip type 911 Turbo 235 kW / 320 hp from the top of the previous 3.3-liter engine, 964 series. Turbo features include a fixed large rear spoiler and wide fenders. The 911 Turbo 964 is – except for the Cabriolet microSD series – available exclusively as a coupe model. In addition to the 911 Carrera Cabriolet model year 1992, only in optical turbocharging 1992: Fall 1993 in the new 3.6-liter turbo with 360 hp. This version can be identified with its red-colored brake caliper and is manufactured from only 1436 units until December 1993. 1993: 970 Carrera RS 3.8 and 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 was developed at Porsche Motorsport in Weissach and a small 90 series series produced 221 kW / 300 hp and use a 3.7 liter boxer. Unlike other RS models, these 911 have aluminum doors. Especially in North America, where Carrera RS has not been homologated, is 911 RS America based on Carrera 2 in 701 units. The sports car manufacturer celebrates 30 years since the Porsche 911 anniversary, based on the Porsche 964 911 unit. The "30 Years 911" model combines Carrera 4 technology with the turbocharged large coupe body, but without a solid rear spoiler. Viola Metallic is the exclusive color of the German market. In 1993, the 911 Speedster was built as an independent model of the 964 series in 930 copies. Speedster is based on the 964 Carrera 2 Cabriolet. The Porsche Exclusive feature has several Speedster turbochargers built at the customer's request. Wendel Wiedeking becomes a new CEO. New Series 993 with 3.6 liter displacement and power ratings with 272 horsepower replacing the 964 series in December 1994: the Porsche 964 Carrera RSR 3.8 is based on the Porsche 964 Carrera RS and has been developed for the ADAC GT Cup. Power grew to 239 kW / 325 hp, Vmax 265-280 km / h 1995: Radical streamlining of the Porsche model: 911 survives from 924/944/968 and 928 1997: With the 996 series, Porsche gained Revolution 911 as the boxer is now water-cooled 2004: 997 launch 2011: 991 series launched from the 7th generation of 911 2017: 11 May 2017 The Porsche 911 is achieved by a million vehicles built in 2018: the Porsche 911 Carrera 964 Series is 30 and is a member of the H-Class Classic Club . Porsche celebrates its anniversary with events such as Techno Classica. At the end of the autumn 911 generation 911 (series 964) made its debut with the internal 992 Porsche: a total of 74,008 vehicles, including 18,219 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Coupé, 11,013 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Cabriolet, 3,544 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Targa 13,353 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe, 4,802 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet and 1,329 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Targa. Specifications Porsche 911 (Series 964): Sports car with rear engine for Boxer; Length: 4,25-4,28 meters, width 1,65-1,78 meters, height: 1,27-1,31 meters, wheelbase: 2,27 meters; Engines Porsche 911 Carrera 2 and Porsche 911 Carrera 4 and Porsche 911 Speedster with 3.6 liter six-cylinder petrol engine (184 kW / 250 hp), Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3 liter six-cylinder petrol engine (235 kW / 320 hp), Porsche 911 Turbo S with a 3.3-liter six-cylinder petrol engine (280 kW / 381 hp), a Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 and 3.6-liter six-cylinder petrol engine (265 kW / 360 hp), a Porsche 911 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.6-liter six-cylinder petrol engine 191 kW / 260 hp), a 8-liter six-cylinder petrol engine (221 kW / 300 hp) with the Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.8 and 3 engine gasoline (184 kW / 250 hp).