Porsche 964 Turbo Cabriolet
The arrival of the Porsche 964 in 1989 was to mark an important milestone for Porsche.
An almost completely redesigned chassis to accommodate the all-wheel-drive system which had been developed for the 959 was to be used in 911 production cars. The 964, with its new 3.6-litre engine and G50 transmission, was available as a Carrera 4 which signifyed the AWD system. Also available in Carrera 2 and this was the traditional rear-wheel drive.
The competition-oriented Carrera Cup, a lightweight C2; and in 1990, a new Turbo. For those who wanted something that resembled a Turbo coupe, Targa or Cabriolet but at a lower price point, there was the ‘Turbo-look option’, M491, which included widened bodywork, a whale-tail rear spoiler, uprated suspension, brakes and wheels but retaining the standard, normally aspirated C2 powertrain.