The Porsche 911S continued into its second year in production powered by the same engine as its predecessor, Type 901/02, but this...
The Porsche 911S continued into its second year in production powered by the same engine as its predecessor, Type 901/02, but this time Type 901/08 with Sportomatic (a semi-automatic transmission) became available as well. As with the prior year, the engine featured Weber carburetors and was rated at 160 hp. It was the top of the line offering from Porsche in Europe, above the new entry level 1968 911T and the midtier 1968 911L. Worth noting that in North America, the 911L was considered the top offering for the year, due to emissions restrictions preventing the sale of the 911S in that market. The 1968 911S was available as either a 911S Coupe or 911S Targa with a 'soft' plastic rear window. Total production was 1,709 samples, of which 1,267 were coupes and 442 were Targas. As with the other 911 variants, the 1968 model year is noteworthy as the last year of the short wheelbase (SWB) 911 chassis. It was replaced by the 1969 911S.
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