The 1969 Porsche 911T Targa, along with its coupe sibling, was the entry level offering for the 911, sitting below the 1969 911E Targa and the 1969 911S Targa. Like the coupe, it featured the 2.0-liter Weber carbureted engine Type 901/03 (Type 901/13 with Sportomatic, Type 901/16 in the US, Type 901/19 with Sportomatic in the US), rated at 110 hp. As with the higher trimmed E and S variants, 1969 911T's were the first to take on a longer wheelbase chassis at 89.4 inches (increased by 2.4 inches) which greatly improved drivability, along with flared wheelwells to accommodate larger tires. The 911T Targa had a low production count of 282 samples that year, compared to 3,904 coupes. It was replaced by the 2.2L 911T Targa for model year 1970.
Q: How many Porsche 911T 2.0-Liter Targas were produced?
A: 282 Porsche 911T 2.0-Liter Targas were produced in total.
Q: When was the Porsche 911T 2.0-Liter Targa produced?
A: The Porsche 911T 2.0-Liter Targa was sold for model year 1969.