The history of the Porsche 911 series begins in 1963, and at that time, the Neonilever was not the well-known name we know in the modern era. It was just an air-cooled, rear-engine German sports car trying to find a place in the market. And for this it was necessary to attract the attention of all types of buyers, even those who are not exactly into high-end models. As such, between 1965 and 1969, the Stuttgart-based company also sold an entry-level version dubbed the Porsche 912.
While almost everyone associates Porsches with a flat-six drive setup, the truth is the company has had an enduring love affair with the Flat-four as well thanks to the 356 Series.