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List of popular porsches

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The Top 10 Most Popular Porsches

Porsche is one of the most recognizable car manufacturers in the world. Nearly everyone, especially car buffs, know what you mean when you mention “911.”
This top ten list was compiled through a research of many people’s personal opinions. It may not be the most scientific way of creating the list, but we believe that this is more accurate than making a list based on production and sales figures, since Porsche manufactures more cars now than they did in the 1950’s and 1960’s, and many classic cars will not be included if the list was based on production and sales figures.
10 - “959” (1986-1989)
The 959 was a late 1980s legend. It was powered by a 450 bhp twin turbo 2.8l flat 6 engine with a maximum speed of 197 mph. It was a very expensive car to produce, and only 283 cars were sold.
9 -“911 (993) Turbo” (1995-1998)
The 911 (993) boasts of twin turbo power in a 3.6l flat 6 engine producing 400 bhp with a top speed between 180-188mph. The car also had an engine management system which improved its terrible fuel efficiency.
8 ? “911 Carrera RS” (1973 ? 1974)
Arguably the greatest 911 every produced. It used a larger engine (2.7l flat 6) that produced 207 bhp that gave it a top speed of over 170 mph. Only 1,580 were originally manufactured.
7 ? “924 S3” (1976 ? 1986)
Using the smaller 2.0 and 2.5l water-cooled I4, the 924 was a cheap sports car with an impressive top speed of 142 mph. These “budget” Porsches are still popular today due to their low price.
6 ? “Cayenne” (2002 ? Present)
This SUV was powered by either a 3.2l or 4.2l V8 with power ranging from 250bhp to 521bhp. Most reviewers say that this is a fabulous car with one drawback: it’s ugly.
5 ? “Cayman S” (2005 ? Present)
This car uses the same 3.4l Boxer engine as the Boxster Coupe producing 295 bhp with a top speed of 171 mph. This car feels sharper and better round corners and some will say this looks better than the Boxster.
4 ? “Boxster” (1996 ? Present)
This has a 2.5l and 3.21l flat 6 (recently the 2.5 was replaced with a 2.7l) producing up to 260 bhp. It has a top speed of 155 mph, but some say it lacks power.
3 ? “550 Spyder” (1953 ? 1956)
This was originally designed as a race car but some road models were produced. It used a small 1.5l4 cylinder engine producing just 110 bhp. The 2 most important things to know about the car was in 1956 it gave Porsche its first ever win in a motor race, and on September 30, 1955, James Dean was killed in a road traffic accident while driving his “Little Bastard” 550 Spyder.
2 ? “911 S (997)” (2004 ? Present)
The S model is powered by a 355bhp 3.8l flat 6 engine which has a top speed of 182 mph. This Porsche is the cheapest route to owning a 911 but it is also incredibly quick and perfect to drive.
1 ? “Carrera GT” (2004 ? 2006)
This is Porsche’s “Hypercar.” Powered by a 612bhp 5.7lV10 and manufactured out of expensive but strong carbon fiber, this is really the new age version of the 959. This was originally designed as a race car but it was developed as a “Hypercar” for general release.