PORSCHE PRESS KIT: 1975 LANDING PAGE

Highlights

The Porsche 911 Turbo is exhibited at the Paris Motor Show and causes something of a sensation. In visual terms, the car – referred to internally as the 930 – is immediately recognisable by its wider body and tyres, front spoiler and rear wing. The 911 Turbo, available from spring 1975 onwards, is regarded as the fastest series-production vehicle of its time.

Porsche 1975
Porsche 1975
Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 Coupé (MY 1975)


Porsche AG is the first automotive manufacturer to use double-sided hot-dip galvanised panels as standard in the newly introduced "J" series of the 911. By reliably increasing the durability of the corrosion-proof bodies in this way, Porsche is able to offer warranties of up to six years against rust damage.

Porsche 1975


In August 1975, the US racing driver Mark Donohue sets a new world lap record in a Porsche 917/30 CanAm Spyder in Talladega, USA. His average speed is 355.86 km/h.

Porsche 1975


The "SAVE" (Schnelle Ambulante Vorklinische Erstversorgung, Rapid Ambulant Pre-Clinical Initial Treatment) project is launched in 1975 at the Weissach Development Centre with the aim of developing an innovative ambulance. The system consists of a rescue vehicle with a mobile rescue unit, and development continues in various project phases until 1984.

Porsche 1975


Content

  • Brochure Porsche 911 Turbo (930): The Turbo Carrera. In all of Porsche history, it's the most advanced model we have ever introduced.
  • Brochure Porsche 911 USA: 911 S coupe, the 911 Carrera coupe, or either of these models in its Targa body with removable roof panel
  • Brochure Porsche 914: One thing we learned was that an engine in the middle makes a car very versatile. Extremely well balanced.
  • Brochure Porsche 914 USA: One thing we learned was that an engine in the middle makes a car very versatile. Extremely well balanced.


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