Widely regarded as the most daily drivable air-cooled 911, thanks to modern features like power steering and a revised suspension with a multi-link system at the rear that significantly improved handling and high-speed stability, the 993 was a vastly more civilised car overall than any of its predecessors and provided an improved driving experience.
The exterior design of the 993, penned by English designer Tony Hatter, retained the basic 911 body shell architecture but with revised body panels and canted headlights to create a smoother, more aerodynamic shape. In the eyes of many 911 enthusiasts, the design of the 993 was a masterstroke!
Its discontinuation marked the end of an illustrious era for Porsche’s iconic air-cooled engine and created a highly sought-after collectible!
This beautiful example is presented in Dark Blue on blue leather/carpets and spots desirable factory options like cooling ducts, side skirts and a roof panel third brake light.