944 Turbo 250bhp ~ 1989-1991

Overview The buyers of the limited edition 944 Turbo S were, understandably, disappointed when Porsche made the 250bhp model the standard 944 Turbo from the start of the 1989 model year! Variations In 1991, Porsche produced a Cabriolet version of the 944 Turbo, using the bodyshell from the open-top 944..Read More

944S2 ~ 1989-1991

After the short-lived 944S, Porsche made some substantial changes to the model to create the 944S2 of 1989.Key to the changes was the adoption of a new 3.0-litre engine. This had an increased bore of 104mm and a longer stroke of 88mm, thanks to a new cylinder block and pistons…Read More

944 (2.7 litre) ~ 1988-1989

Overview The original 2.5-litre 944 was discontinued in the USA at the end of the 1988 model year. However, for the rest of the world Porsche produced a 2.7-litre car for a short period. The larger capacity of 2681cc was achieved by enlarging the cylinder bore diameter from 100mm to..Read More

944 Turbo S ~ 1988-1988

Overview In 1988 Porsche offered a special edition 944 Turbo, called the Turbo S (or SE in the UK, for Special Equipment). This limited edition model was around 10 percent more expensive than the standard Turbo, and featured an updated engine that produced 250bhp. The extra power came courtesy of..Read More

944S ~ 1986-1988

Overview In the mid-1980s, Porsche was offering its 2.5-litre 944 and 944 Turbo models, and then produced a third 944 to sit between them. This was the 944S of 1986, which used essentially the same bodyshell as the standard 944 of the day; externally the only difference was a 944S..Read More

944 Turbo 220bhp ~ 1985-1988

Overview The 944 entered near-Overview territory with the Turbo variant, launched in 1985. With an initial output of 220bhp, this was a car that gave its sister 911 model a run for its money in more ways than one, because the 944 Turbo cost about the same as a 911..Read More

944 (2.5 litre) ~ 1982-1988

Overview At first sight, the 944 was just a face lifted 924 but, in fact, it was much more than that. The front and rear wheel arches were flared out to give the car a much more aggressive demeanour, and to cover the larger wheels a style that was an..Read More