The Porsche 924 Carrera GTS Clubsport is a rare variant of the 924 designed specifically for competition. It’s based on a steel unibody shell of the standard Porsche 924, but not much of the original car remains as almost every single part was modified, replaced, or improved.
The Porsche 924
The 924 is a notably controversial car in the history of the German marque. No one can deny it sold in significant numbers and helped keep Porsche in business, but its relatively low power output and subsequently poor performance has meant that it’s always lived deep in the shadows of the Porsche 911.
The project to build the 924 was originally assigned to Porsche from Volkswagen who lacked sufficient engineering experience to develop their own modern sports car. Porsche developed a liquid-cooled, front engined, rear wheel drive vehicle with excellent aerodynamics and optimal 48/52 front rear weight distribution thanks to
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