For Linde (2620). Complete list of every Porsche type number (993, 997, 991...) below. They’re running out of options in three digits starting with 9...

Type Number Year Description

1 1893 Egger-Lohner C.2 Phaeton Electric car[1]

7 1930–1931 Wanderer 1.86-liter chassis (first Porsche office design)

8 1930–1931 Wanderer 3.25-liter chassis

9 1930–1931 Wanderer (supercharged Type 8)

12 1931 ZΓΌndapp project (not produced)

22 1932–1937 Auto Union Grand Prix car

52 1934 Auto Union sports car design

60 1934–1941 KdF-Wagen small car, later Volkswagen

60K10 1939 KdF sports coupe for Berlin-Rome Race

62 1936 KdF cross-country, open-sided body

64 1937–1938 Porsche Sports car, 1.5-liter, based on KdF-Wagen components

66 1938 KdF right-hand drive

67 1939 KdF β€œinvalid vehicle”

68 1939 KdF panel van

80 1938–1939 Mercedes-Benz land speed record car

82 1939–1940 KdF-based military vehicle (β€œKubelwagen”)

87 1939–1941 Kubelwagen with four-wheel drive

100 1939–1941 Tank prototype

101 1942 Carrier for 88 mm gun, electric transmission, Elefant basis

102 1942 Type 101 with hydraulic transmission

108 1938 Two-stage supercharger for Grand Prix Mercedes-Benz

110 1938–1939 Small tractor, Volkspflug

111 1939–1940 Small tractor, new design

112 1940–1941 Larger-engined small tractor

113 1941 Small tractor, version III

114 1938–1939 F-Wagen: 1.5-liter V-10 Porsche sports-car design

115 1939 Supercharged 1.1-liter KdF engine, overhead camshafts

116 1938–1939 KdF-backed 1.5-liter racing car with Type 114 components

128 1940–1941 KdF-based amphibian Schwimmwagen, original design

135 1940–1941 Wind power generator, 130 watt

136 1940–1941 Wind power generator, 736 watt

137 1940–1941 Wind power generator, 4,500 watt

138 1940–1941 Amphibian Schwimmwagen, alternate design

160 1941 Design for integral body/frame KdF-Wagen

166 1942–1945 KdF-powered 4x4 Schwimmwagen, final design

170 1942 Marine Sturmboot engine, version I

171 1942 Marine Sturmboot engine, version II

174 1942 Sturmboot engine using normal KdF engine

175 1942 Steel-wheeled military tractor, Radschlepper Ost

180 1942 Tank design with electric transmission

181 1942 Tank design with hydraulic transmission

205 1942 180-ton tank, Maus

212 1942 Air-cooled 16-cylinder diesel tank engine

245 1942 18-ton multipurpose tank

250 1942–1943 Turretless tank with 105 mm gun

285 1945 Water turbine, 3.5 hp, experimental version

293 1944 Personnel carrier

300 1944 Jet engine to power V1 vengeance weapon

309 1945 Two-stroke diesel engine for VW or tractor

312 1945 Gasoline tractor

313 1945 Diesel tractor

323 1946 11 bhp diesel tractor

328 1946 28 bhp tractor

352 1946 Passenger car design for von Senger A.G., Switzerland

356 1947 Open mid-engined two-seater sports car on VW basis

356/2 1947–1948 Rear-engined Porsche sports car, built in Gmund

356A 1955–1956 Improved production Porsche, 15-inch wheels, 1,600 cc engines

356B 1959–1960 Improved production Porsche, T-5 body

356C 1963–1964 Improved production Porsche, T-6 body, disc brakes

356 SL 1951 Racing version of Type 356/2 coupe

360 1947–1948 Cisitalia Formula One Grand Prix car

361 1947 Single-cylinder test engine for Type 360

362 1948 2.0-liter unsupercharged Formula Two version of Type 360

369 1949–1950 1.1-liter engine for Type 356/2 and 356

370 1947 Cisitalia 1.5-liter sports-touring car

378 1948 Porsche-Schmid synchromesh, preliminary studies

384 1948 Porsche-Schmid gearbox for Volkswagen

425 1948 20 hp diesel tractor

502 1950–1951 1.5-liter sports engine for Type 356

506 1950–1951 1.3-liter engine for Type 356

506/2 1954–1955 Type 506 with three-piece crankcase

508 1950 Four-stroke diesel engine for Volkswagen

509 1950 1.3-liter engine for Porsche 356

514 1951 Le Mans cars for 1951 (Type 356 SL)

519 1951–1952 Synchronized transmission for Type 356

522 1951 Volkswagen design proposal with strut-type front suspension

523 1951 Studies of marine engine

524 1951 Fuel injection for Type 369 engine

527 1951–1952 1.5-liter production engine for Type 356 (initially for Le Mans)

528 1952–1953 1.5-liter sports engine for Type 356, 1500S or Super

528/2 1954–1955 Type 528 with four-piece crankcase

530 1951–1952 Four-passenger Porsche, 2,400 mm (94.5-inch) wheelbase

531 1952 1.3-liter engine with new camshaft

532 1952 Single-carburetor version of 1.5-liter engine

533 1952 Sports-racing version of 1.1-liter engine

539 1952 New 1.5-liter engine

540 1952 America Roadster and Speedster bodies

544 1952 1.5-liter industrial engine

546 1952–1953 Plain-bearing version of Type 527, 1500 or Normal

546/2 1954–1955 Type 546 with three-piece crankcase

547 1952–1953 1.5-liter four-camshaft racing engine

547/1 1955 Series-built 1.5-liter Type 547

547/3 1958 Improved 1.5-liter racing engine for Type 718 and 718/2

547/4 1957 1.6-liter racing engine for Type 718

547/5 1957 1.7-liter racing engine for Type 718

550 1953–1954 Mid-engined two-seat sports-racing car

550A 1956 Redesigned Type 550 with tubular space frame

568 1953 Jet-ejector cooling for air-cooled engines

575 1953 Experimental self-leveling suspension for Type 356

577 1953 Experimental disc brakes for 356

587 1961 2.0-liter racing engine for Type 718

587/1 1961–1962 Touring version of Type 587 for Carrera 2

587/2 1963 Racing version of Type 587/1

587/3 1963–1964 Improved 2.0-liter racing engine for Type 904

588 1953 Transmission for 2.0-liter engine

589 1953–1954 1.3-liter sports engine for Type 356, 1300S

589/2 1954–1955 Type 589 with three-piece crankcase

593 1953 Four-speed gearbox for Porsche cars

597 1954–1955 Jagdwagen or Hunter, four-wheel-drive military/utility vehicle

607 1954 Gearbox for Grand Prix Bugatti T.251

611 1954 Gearbox for Grand Prix Ferrari

616/1 1955–1956 1.6-liter engine for Type 356A, 1600

616/2 1955–1956 1.6-liter sports engine for Type 356A, 1600S

616/3 1956 Industrial version of Type 616/1

616/7 1960 90-horsepower engine for Type 356B, 1600S-90 or Super 90

616/12 1961–1962 Type 616/2 with cast-iron cylinders for Type 356B

616/15 1963–1964 1.6-liter engine for Type 356C, 1600C

616/16 1963–1964 1.6-liter sports engine for Type 356C, 1600SC

616/36 1965 1.6-liter engine for Type 912

616/39 1967–1968 Type 616/36 with US. emission control

632 1954 Experimental car based on the 356

633 1954 Design of Porsche 2.0-liter car

644 1957 Four-speed tunnel-case transmission for Type 356B

645 1956 Experimental sports-racing car, β€œMickey Mouse”

656 1954 Porsche sports-car study for 1956

669 1955 Five-speed gearbox for sports-racing Porsches, based on Type 519

678 1959 1.6-liter aircraft engine line

678/1 1959 65 hp aircraft engine, reduction gear

678/3 1959 52 hp aircraft engine, direct drive

678/4 1959 75 hp aircraft engine, reduction gear

687 1956 Gearbox for Vanwall Grand Prix car

690 1958 Five-speed tunnel-case transmission for Type 718

692 1958 Improved four-camshaft engine for Carrera

692/0 1958 1.5-liter Type 692 with roller-bearing crankshaft

692/1 1958 1.5-liter Type 692 with plain-bearing crankshaft

692/2 1958–1959 1.6-liter plain-bearing Type 692 for touring Carrera

692/3 1959 GT racing version of Type 692/3

692/3A 1961 Improved Type 692/3 with SchZeifsteine

693 1956 1.3-liter version of four-cam Type 547

695 1956–1959 Design study for successor to the 356

702 1956 Special Gyrodyne helicopter version of Type 678

703 1956 Improvements to 1.6-liter production engine

716 1959 Four-speed transmission for Type 356A with improved synchromesh

718 1957 Mid-engined sports-racing car

718/2 1959 1.5-liter single-seater racing car

719 1957 Racing engine with fuel injection

729 1958 Marine engine, based on Type 616

741 1958–1960 Four-speed transmission for Type 356B

741/A 1961–1962 Four-speed transmission for Type 356B and 356C

742 1959 Design of chassis for four-wheel drive

745 1962 Experimental 2.0- and 2.2-liter six-cylinder engines

753 1959–1962 1.5-liter eight-cylinder engine for Type 804 GP car

754 1961 Prototype for rear-engined successor (T7) to 356 (T6), based on Type 695

771 1960–1962 2.0- and 2.2-liter sports-racing versions of Type 753

787 1960–1961 Grand Prix car chassis

800 1951 Number reserved at that time for Dr. Keckstein

802 1961 Four-cylinder engine with fuel injection

804 1962 Grand Prix car chassis

821 1961 2.0-liter six-cylinder engine

901 1963 Prototype of six-cylinder production sports car

901/0 1964–1965 Five-speed transmission for Type 911

901/01 1964–1965 130 hp engine for Type 911

901/02 1966–1967 160 hp engine for Type 911S; five-speed transmission

901/03 1967–1968 110 hp engine for Type 911T; five-speed transmission

901/05 1966 Type 901/01 with Weber carburetors

901/06 1966–1967 Type 901/05 with revised valve timing

901/07 1967–1968 Type 901/06 equipped for Sportomatic

901/08 1967–1968 Type 901/02 equipped for Sportomatic

901/09 1968–1969 Fuel-injected engine for 911E

901/10 1968–1969 Fuel-injected engine for Type 911S; four-speed transmission

901/13 1967–1968 Type 901/03 equipped for Sportomatic

901/14 1967–1968 Type 901/06 (130 hp) with US. emission control

901/17 1967–1968 Type 901/14 equipped for Sportomatic

901/20 1966 210 hp engine for Type 906, Carrera 6

901/21 1966–1967 Fuel-injected Type 901/20 for Type 906E and 910/6

901/22 1967 210 hp engine for Type 911R

901/30 1968 150 hp Rally Kit for Type 911L

902 1964 B-program production car with Type 616/36 four- cylinder engine

902/0 1965–1966 Four-speed transmission for Type 912 and 911

902/01 1967–1968 Four-speed transmission for Type 912

902/02 1967–1968 Five-speed transmission for Type 912

902/1 1965–1966 Five-speed transmission for Type 912 and 911

903 1965 Experimental three-speed torque converter automatic transmission

904 1963–1964 Mid-engined GT competition coupe

904/6 1964 (unofficial) Type 904 with six-cylinder engine

904/8 1964 (unofficial) Type 904 with eight-cylinder engine

905/00 1967–1968 Four-speed Sportomatic transmission

905/01 1967–1968 Four-speed Sportomatic, alternate gear ratios

905/13 1968–1969 Four-speed Sportomatic transmission

905/20 1969–1970 Four-speed Sportomatic transmission

905/21 1970–1971 Four-speed Sportomatic transmission

906 1966 Space-framed competition coupe for Sports Category

906/8 1966 (unofficial) Type 906 with eight-cylinder engine

906E 1966–1967 Type 906 with fuel injection, modified body

907 1968 Right-hand-drive sports-racing coupe, short tail

907L 1967–1968 Type 907 with long tail for fast circuits

908 1967–1968 Experimental three-speed torque-converter automatic transmission

908 1968 3.0-liter eight-cylinder sports-racing engine and car

908/01 1969 Type 908 with long-tail coupe body, elevons

908/02 1969 Type 908 with open Spyder body

908/03 1970 3.0-liter Spyder with forward-placed engine and driver

908K 1968 Type 908 with short-tail coupe body

908L 1968 Type 908 with long-tail coupe body

908/80 1980 908 chassis updated to 936 specification

909 1968 2.0-liter Spyder for hill-climb competition

910 1966–1967 Sports-racing semi-coupe with 13-inch wheels

910/6 1967 Type 910 with 2.0-liter six-cylinder engine, Type 901/21

910/8 1967 Type 910 with 2.2-liter eight-cylinder engine, Type 771

910/8B 1967–1968 Lightened 2.0-liter Type 910/8 for hillclimb competition

911 1964–1965 Six-cylinder production sports car

911/00 1969–1970 Four-speed transmission for Type 911T

911/01 1969–1970 2.2-liter engine for Type 911E; five-speed transmission

911/02 1969–1970 2.2-liter 180 hp engine for Type 911S

911/03 1969–1970 2.2-liter engine for manual European Type 911T

911/04 1969–1970 Type 911/01 engine equipped for Sportomatic

911/06 1969–1970 Type 911/03 equipped for Sportomatic

911/07 1969–1970 2.2-liter engine for manual American Type 911T

911/08 1969–1970 Type 911/07 equipped for Sportomatic

911/20 1970 2,247 cc racing engine for competition 911S

911/21 1971 2,381 cc racing engine for competition 911S

911/22 1970 Type 911/20 with carburetors instead of fuel injection

911/41 1974–1975 2.7-liter engine for Type 911

911/42 1974–1975 2.7-liter engine for Type 911S

911/43 1974–1975 2.7-liter engine for federal 49-state Type 911

911/44 1974–1975 2.7-liter engine for California Type 911

911/46 1974–1975 Type 911/41 equipped for Sportomatic

911/47 1974–1975 Type 911/42 equipped for Sportomatic

911/48 1974–1975 Type 911/43 equipped for Sportomatic

911/49 1974–1975 Type 911/44 equipped for Sportomatic

911/51 1971–1972 2.4-liter engine for American Type 911T

911/52 1971–1972 2.4-liter engine for Type 911E

911/53 1971–1972 2.4-liter engine for Type 911S

911/57 1971–1972 2.4-liter engine for European Type 911T

911/61 1971–1972 Type 911/51 equipped for Sportomatic

911/62 1971–1972 Type 911/52 equipped for Sportomatic

911/63 1971–1972 Type 911/53 equipped for Sportomatic

911/67 1971–1972 Type 911/57 equipped for Sportomatic

911/70 1971 2,494 cc racing engine for competition 911S

911/72 1972–1973 2.8-liter racing engine for competition 911S, Carrera RSR

911/73 1972 2,466 cc racing engine for competition 911S

911/74 1973 3.0-liter racing engine for Carrera RSR

911/75 1973 Type 911/74 with slide instead of butterfly throttles

911/76 1974 2.1-liter supercharged engine for Carrera RSR Turbo 2.1

911/77 1973–1974 3.0-liter engine for Carrera RS

911/81 1975–1976 2.7-liter engine for Type 911

911/82 1975–1976 2.7-liter engine for Federal 49-state Type 911S

911/83 1972–1973 2.7-liter engine for Carrera RS

911/84 1975–1976 2.7-liter engine for California Type 911S

911/86 1975–1976 Type 911/81 equipped for Sportomatic

911/89 1975–1976 2.7-liter engine for America equipped for Sportomatic

911/91 1973 2.4-liter CIS-injection engine for American Type 911T

911/92 1973–1974 2.7-liter engine for Type 911

911/93 1973–1974 2.7-liter engine for Type 911S and American Carrera

911/96 1973 Type 911/91 equipped for Sportomatic

911/97 1973–1974 Type 911/92 equipped for Sportomatic

911/98 1973–1974 Type 911/93 equipped for Sportomatic

911E 1968–1969 Fuel-injected model between Type 911T and 911S

911L 1967–1968 Top-line model in America; intermediate model in Europe

911R 1967 Lightweight racing model of Type 911S

911S 1966–1967 Higher-performance touring model of Type 911

911T 1967–1968 Type 911 model tuned for all-round road performance

912 1965 Four-cylinder version of Type 911

912 1968 Transaxle for Type 920 chassis

912 1969 4.5-liter twelve-cylinder racing engine for Type 917

912E 1975–1976 Fuel-injected four-cylinder version of Type 911

913 1968 Study for three-cylinder air-cooled dohc engine

914 1968 Study for four-cylinder air-cooled dohc engine

914 1969–1970 Mid-engined production car, four-cylinder engine

914/6 1969–1970 Six-cylinder version of Type 914

914/8 1969 Type 914/6 with Type 908 three-liter engine

914/11 1969–1970 Five-speed transmission for Type 914 and 914/6

914/12 1972–1973 Five-speed transmission for Type 914

915 1968–1969 Four-passenger 911 studies with 2,560 mm (100.8 in) wheelbase

915 1971–1972 Stronger four- or five-speed transmission for Type 911

915/06 1973–1974 Five-speed transmission for Types 911, 911S, Carrera

915/08 1972–1973 Five-speed transmission for Carrera RS

915/12 1971–1972 Four-speed transmission for Types 911T, 911E, 911S

915/16 1973–1974 Four-speed transmission for Types 911, 911S, Carrera

915/40 1974–1975 Five-speed transmission for Type 911S and U.S. Carrera

915/43 1974–1975 Five-speed transmission for Type 911

915/44 1975–1976 Five-speed transmission for Type 911 and US 911S

915/45 1974–1975 Four-speed transmission for Type 911S

915/48 1974–1975 Four-speed transmission for Type 911

915/49 1975–1976 Four-speed transmission for Type 911

915/50 1977 Transaxle for racing 911 Carrera

916 1967–1968 Twin-overhead-camshaft racing version of Type 901

916 1968 Five-speed transmission for Type 908/01 and 908/02 6-cylinder

916 1971 Projected top-line 2.4-liter edition of Type 914/6

917 1969 4.5-liter sports-racing coupe for Sports Category

917/10 1971–1972 Spyder edition of Type 917 for Can-Am competition

917/20 1971 Type 917K with SERA-designed low-drag coupe body

917/30 1973 Spyder developed from Type 917/10 for Can-Am competition

917K 1969–1970 Short-tail developed version of Type 917

917L 1970 Long-tail version of Type 917 for Le Mans competition

917PA 1969 Spyder body on Type 917 chassis for Can-Am competition

918 1968–1969 Studies of 1973-model-year mid-engined production sports car

918 1968–1969 Study of 3.2-liter (85.0 x 70.4 mm) eight-cylinder engine for Type 918

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919 1969 PDK prototype transmission for production Porsches

919 (9R9) 2014 2.0L hybrid sports-racing car for LMP1 category

920 1969 Chassis of Type 917 sports-racing car

921 1969 4x4 gas-turbine-powered sports-racing coupe study

922 1969 Four-valve version of Type 912 engine for Type 917 (see 927)

922 1978 Three-speed automatic transmission for Type 928

923 1975–1976 2.0-liter engine for Type 912E

924 1970 Four-cylinder engine for H-Program

924 1976–1977 Front-engined four-cylinder production car with transaxle

925/00 1971–1972 Four-speed Sportomatic for Type 911T and 911E

925/01 1971–1972 Four-speed Sportomatic for Type 911S

925/02 1973–1974 Four-speed Sportomatic for Type 911, 911S and U.S. Carrera

925/09 1975–1976 Three-speed Sportomatic for Type 911

925/10 1974–1975 Three-speed Sportomatic for US. Type 911S and Carrera

925/12 1975–1976 Three-speed Sportomatic for Type 911 and US. 911S

926 1973 Design for Porsche off-road production car

927 1970 Reserved for four-valve version of Type 917's engine (see 922)

928 1970 Eight-cylinder engine for H-Program

928 1971 Experimental liquid-cooled 32-valve 908 eight-cylinder engine

928 1977–1978 Front-engined V8 production sports car with transaxle

928/2746 1978–1985 928-based aluminum body studies with Alusingen and Alusuisse

928-4 1984 Special 928 with wheelbase 250 mm longer

928/70 1986 Turbocharged marine racing version of Type 928 V-8

929 1973 β€œTurbo Sport Carrera”

930 1974–1975 Turbo and Turbo Carrera, production car based on Type 911

930/01 1977 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine for Airship Industries Skyship 500

930/07 1980 3.0-liter 911 SC engine for United States and Canada

930/08 1980 3.0-liter 911 SC engine for Japan

930/09 1980 3.0-liter 911 SC engine for rest of world

930/10 1974–1975 Turbo-supercharged engine of Type 930

930/20 1984 3.2-liter 911 Carrera engine for rest of world

930/21 1984 3.2-liter 911 Carrera engine for USA and Japan

930/30 1974–1975 Four-speed transaxle for Type 930 Turbo

930/34 1983 Special Type 930 transaxle for Swiss market’s noise limits

930/60 1978 3.3-liter 911 Turbo for rest of world

930/61 1978 3.3-liter 911 Turbo for United States (49 states)

930/62 1978 3.3-liter 911 Turbo for Japan

930/63 1978 3.3-liter 911 Turbo for California

930/67 1977 3.3-liter six-cylinder engine for Airship Industries Skyship 600

931 1976 Turbocharged 924 engine for potential record-breaker

931 1978 924 Turbo left-hand drive

β€œ932" 1989 Prototype built for another manufacturer (not the same car as the Type 989)

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932 1978 924 Turbo right-hand drive

933 1979 Studies of special 924 for SCCA racing

933 1981–1990 3.2-liter light airplane engine, marketed as PFM 3200

934 1975–1976 Group 4 racing version of Type 930 Turbo coupe

935 1976 Group 5 racing version of Type 930 Turbo coupe

935/77 1977 Group 5 car and engine for 1977 season

935/79 1985 Improved customer engine for 956 and 962C

935/82 1986 3.0-liter liquid-cooled engine for 962C

935/2.0 1977 β€œBaby,” ultra-light 1,425 cc Group 5 racing 911

936 1976 2.1-liter turbocharged Spyder for Group 6 competition

936/81 1981 936 rebuilt for Le Mans 1981 with 935/76 four-cam engine

937 1980 924 Carrera GT left-hand drive

937/50 1980 Five-speed transaxle for 924 Carrera GTP

938 1980 924 Carrera GT right-hand drive

939 1980 924 Carrera GTP for Le Mans

943 1990 Four-speed Tiptronic automatic for 911 Carrera 2

944 1982 2.5-liter four-cylinder production car, left-hand drive

945 1982 2.5-liter four-cylinder production car, right-hand drive

946 1985 924S left-hand drive

947 1980 Initial project for four-speed 928S automatic, later Type 960

947 1985 924S right-hand drive

948/2756 1981 Aluminum-body experiment based on 928

949 1981 16-valve turbo engine and transaxle for Le Mans 924 GTP racer

950 1986–1998 Transaxle for production 911, 85 mm shaft separation

951 1989 Type/Model designation considered for 964 Turbo

951 1984 944 Turbo left-hand drive

952 1984 944 Turbo right-hand drive

953 1984 4x4 version of 911 Carrera for Paris-Dakar Rally

954 1983 911SC/RS Group B evolution of 911SC

956 1982 Group C sports-racing car

959 1987 Four-wheel-drive limited-production sports car

959/50 1987 2,849 cc twin-turbo six powering Type 959

960 1980 Porsche Experimental Structure (PES) study vehicle

960 1983 Planned evolution version of Type 959 for Group B competition

960 1983 Four-speed automatic transmission for 928S

961 1983 Planned 911 Turbo based on Type 959

961 1986 Competition version of Type 959

961/70 1986 Turbocharged engine of Type 961

962 1984 Type 956 modified to meet IMSA regulations

962C 1985 Type 962 adapted to requirements of Group C racing

964 1988–1993 3rd-generation β€œ911" Carrera 2 and 4 production model

965 1988 Planned range-topping four-cam twin-turbo 911 Carrera variant

966 1986 911 Speedster initial development project

968 1992 Marketing designation of Type 944S3

969 1988 Planned marketing designation for Type 965

970 2010 1st generation of the Panamera 4-door sports car

971 2016 2nd generation of the Panamera 4-door sports car

980 2004 Carrera GT V-10 mid-engined supercar

981 2012–2016 3rd generation of the Boxster

982 2016- 4th generation 718 Boxster and Cayman

984 1987 β€œPorsche Junior” study of small rear-engined sports car

986 1996 Boxster mid-engined production sports car

987 2005- Cayman (S) mid-engined production sports car

989 1989 Planned four-door four-seat production Porsche with 3.6-liter V-8

991 2011 7th generation of the β€œ911" Carrera and Carrera 4

992 2019 8th generation of the β€œ911" Carrera and Carrera 4

993 1993–1998 4th-generation β€œ911" Carrera and Carrera 4 production sports cars

994 1989 964 Turbo, initial project designation

995 1979 3.0-liter V 8 low-drag aluminum-body study for German government

996 1998–2004 5th-generation β€œ911" Carrera production sports car

997 2004–2011 6th-generation β€œ911" Carrera and Carrera 4

1834 1966 Studies of future air-cooled Volkswagen configurations

1866 1967–1969 Prototypes of new model for Volkswagen

1866/60 1968 Vee-inclined overhead-valve twin-cam engine for project 1866

1866/70 1969 Hatchback rear-engined design for VW developed into 1966

1928 1970 Helicopter cockpit and cabin design

1966 1970–1971 Projected underfloor-engine production Volkswagen

1983 1972 Racing transaxle for Automobiles Matra

1989 1973–1975 Long-life car studies

1997 1973 Urban car studies, two-cylinder air-cooled rearβ€”engined

2108 1980–1984 1.3-liter front-drive Lada family car refined for AvtoVaz, Russia

2304/2305 1974–1983 β€œWeasel” motorized artillery piece

2502 1974 Study of rear-drive 1.8-liter range for Far Eastern producer

2508 1974–1976 Design of four- and six-cylinder rear-drive automobile range

2539 1975 SAVE mobile medical-assistance project for Technology Ministry (see 2614)

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2554 1977 Project number for airship engines 930/01 and 930/67

2564 1978–1985 Air-cooled vee engines from 500 to 1,500 cc for Harley-Davidson

2584 1978–1985 Production-ready 800 cc V-4 for Harley Davidson

2590 1980–1981 Four-passenger electric car study with sodium-sulphur batteries

2603 1980–1984 Airliner cockpit layout for Airbus Industrie

2612 1986 Five-speed PDK transaxle for racing 962C

2612/01 1986 Lightened version of five-speed racing PDK

2614 1984 SAVE mobile medical assistance project for Technology Ministry (see 2539)

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2616 1981–1985 1.2- and 1.5-liter four-cylinder engines for Seat, Spain

2620 1981–1984 Forklift truck designs for Linde

2623 1983–1987 1.5-liter turbocharged V-6 for TAG, known as TAG-P01

2640/2642 1983 Quiet-running motorcycle designs

2656 1981–1983 Porsche-powered VW Transporter/Vanagon β€œB32"

2696 1986 Porsche Experimental Prototype (PEP) test vehicle

2708 1985–1990 CART/Indy series car

2708/80 1985–1990 2.65-liter turbocharged V 8 engine for Type 2708

2747 1988 Proposed PFF (Porsche Vehicle Family)

2758 1990–1995 Mercedes 500E/E500 Assembly

2800 1990–1991 Studies of 3512-powered car for World Sportscar Championship

2804 1988 Four-cylinder engine derived from 2708 for PFF

2806 1988 Six-cylinder engine derived from 2708 for PFF

2808 1988 Eight-cylinder engine derived from 2708 for PFF

3200 1981 Marketing designation of Type 933 light aircraft engine

3512 1990–1991 3.5-liter V12 engine for Footwork Arrows Grand Prix cars

9PA AE1 2003 Cayenne S V-8 SUV

9PA AF1 2003 Cayenne Turbo V-8 Turbo SUV