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Butzi’s big plans Leading the design of the new car was Ferry Porsche’s son, Butzi. Other sportster companies such as MercedesBenz and Jaguar were unveiling new and exciting models. Butzi knew that Porsche couldn’t just rely on the past if it was going to compete. The 911 should celebrate the past, but it should also show the world the new direction that Porsche would be taking. 29 Meet the 911 Success! The design of the 911 proved difficult for Porsche. Butzi and some of the other designers disagreed on the style, and rising costs of prototypes caused concern.
53 The Cayman Porsche recognized there was a gap between the Boxster and the more powerful 911 series. Drivers wanted the next step up from the Boxster— but without the considerable increase in price of the 911. The Cayman S provided drivers with the next level in speed and power while taking it easy on their wallets. Initially, the idea was to give the existing Boxster a tune-up, increasing power and speed, then swapping out its body for a coupe design. In the end, though, Porsche decided to go with a more distinctive two-door, mid-engine coupe.
It was the first to have the Varioram engine system. The Varioram provided higher or lower air intake, helping the sixcylinder engine reach 14 hp more than the other 993 cars, and allowed for a top speed of 171 mph (275 km/h). The 993 had softer edges and a wider rear end, and the boxer engine increased its horsepower to 272 at 6100 rpm. S Vit al The 993 Targa tistics a t 911 Carrera Coupe (993) Production years: 1994–97 No. 7 mpg (city); 31 mpg (highway) Price: 159,800 Deutschmarks (approx. US$92,000) (1997) 37 New directions The latest 911 In the 1990s, a new company president brought more changes to Porsche.