At the time, the Porsche 959 was the fastest registered production vehicle and set standards in development in year 1986. With a top speed of around 197 miles per hour, no other vehicle could compete on the production market. Also new was the electronically variable all-wheel drive, which provided considerably more grip for the vehicle. In addition, a register turbocharger provided more power and better performance when accelerating. In addition, the bodywork was built on components such as the roof, mudguard and rear section made of aramid fiber-reinforced plastic, which can also be found in the aircraft industry. The two doors were made of aluminium. The front apron is also made of polyurethane.
The Porsche scene agrees that this is the predecessor of the legendary Porsche Carrera GT.
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