Engine & Transmission
All 76 cars built were equipped with the Performance Enhancement (Leistungssteigerung) engine option, uprated with a larger, single KKK turbocharger with increased boost, a more efficient intercooler, modified cylinder heads with larger ports, increased-capacity fuel injectors, and more radical camshafts with advanced engine timing. This was an air-cooled flat-six unit which delivered 385 ps at 5,750 rpm, 25 ps more than the standard 3.6 Turbo. Power was fed through a G50 five-speed manual transaxle with a ZF-sourced 40 percent locking differential. This particular example, showing just 16,721 kilometers, arrived back in Germany in 2005. It was serviced by Porsche-Zentrum München with 8,783 km’s and received a brake fluid change in June 2008 at 13,676 km’s following use by its current German owner. It is offered with a comprehensive inspection by Porsche specialist Hartman & Köster in Lenkwerk Bielefeld.