You can say that the 3.6-liter 964 generation Porsche 911 Turbo was indeed a special car and that still remains today. Aside from boasting superb performance, it’s aesthetically pleasing looks make it an extremely desirable piece of art that would certainly serve as a centerpiece of any car collection just like this one currently offered for sale-via-auction on Bring A Trailer.
At the Geneva Motor Show in March 1992, the 3.3-litre 964 Turbo S was unveiled sporting air inlet vents in the rear fenders ahead of the wheels, a feature that would become a hallmark of all future 911 Turbos. Later that year, at the Paris Motor Show in the autumn, Porsche introduced its final iteration of the 964 Turbo, now featuring a 3.6-litre engine.
Although the Turbo 3.6 entered production in October 1992, in reality, this model would be made for just one year, as the 964 was to be replaced by the all-new 993 series at the following year’s Frankfurt Motor Show. This almost guaranteed that the Turbo 3.6 would become a highly sought after model in time, as only 1437 units would be produced.
Our example here is one of approximately 1,500 units that were made during the entire production run of the 964 Turbo 3.6. The car is finished in Polar Silver Metallic and features a black full leather interior.
Nicely equipped, this Turbo sports a number of noteworthy features that includes torque-controlled differential, 18″ Speedline wheels, aerodynamic side mirrors, a fixed rear spoiler, a power sunroof, heated and power-adjustable seats, air conditioning, and a cassette stereo.
Power comes from a turbocharged 3.6-liter M64 flat-six that sends 355 horsepower and 384 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transaxle and torque-controlled differential.
This 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 is offered for sale-via-auction and you can learn more about it on Bring A Trailer.