Porsche 908/01 K Coupé – Specifications & Performance
Porsche 908K Coupé Specifications
The 908 series caused a lot of headaches at Zuffenhausen. It was developed from the 907, so Porsche could have the largest engine the FIA allowed: a 3.0 flat-eight instead of a 2.2, producing 350 horsepower instead of just 270. The new race car started out as a coupe in 1968 (908/1), which came in both a long tail and short tail version. Both had the same mechanical package and were just body changes designed for different tracks and events.