Thirteen years ago, Porsche introduced a limited-run 911 Designed to evoke classic memories Carrera RS 2.7.1. It had a subtle gray paint job, a duck tail wing, a unique hood and a double-bubble roof. Dubbed the Sport Classic, it stunned North American fans with ideas of what it could be.
Not anymore. In 2023, the 911 Sport Classic is coming to North America.
Just as the 2010 Sport Classic was largely based on the Carrera S, the 2023 Sport Classic was based on turbo The S — despite its relatively limited power of 543 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque (down 97 and 148 from the Turbo S, respectively) seems closer in specs to the 911 Turbo. Unlike both, the Sport Classic will only be available with a seven-speed manual gearbox.
There was a duck tail spoiler, a double bubble roof, and a unique hood, although this time each piece is made of carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic. The rear fenders are similarly unique to the Sport Classic, in that they lack the intakes placed in front of the rear wheels on the Turbo and Turbo S. Instead, air is drawn in from directly in front of the spoiler, as in the old Porsches.
But while the Sport Classic’s exterior upgrades are great, the interior is Masterpiece. Light leather and leather-trimmed upholstery, paired with wood accents, make up the cockpit that appears last. 911 riyals above. Porsche will also sell you a classic sports car in plain black leather, but know that if you check this option box, I will Personally They chase you and ask you to apologize. In this house, we respect houndstooth.
The 2023 911 Sport Classic will correct its predecessor’s most serious mistakes by coming to the US, but Porsche will only make 1,250 cars globally. Pricing hasn’t been announced yet, but this is a limited-running Porsche that includes opportunity to buying Luxury watch. If you are in the market, the cost will not matter.