While continental Europe and the USA were offered the lightweight 928 Clubsport, Porsche Cars Great Britain’s boss Peter Bulbeck asked for something a bit different for the UK market.

The result was the 928SE (for Special Equipment). This combined the mechanical improvements of the Clubsport’s engine and suspension with the refinement of the standard S4.

In other words, the SE retained much of the standard car’s soundproofing and equipment, so it was less of an extreme racing machine. However, it did have manually-operated sports seats and lacked a sunroof.

How to spot

No sunroof.


This model was sold in the UK only.


Capacity: 4957cc

Compression ratio: 10.4:1

Maximum Power: 330bhp @ 6200rpm

Maximum Torque: 430Nm @ 4100rpm

Brakes: Front: 282mm discs; rear: 289mm discs; servo assisted with ABS

Suspension: Front: Independent with double wishbone, telescopic dampers with co-axial coil springs, plus anti-roll bar Rear: Independent with lower wishbones, upper transverse link (Porsche-Weissach patent geometry), coil springs, telescopic dampers, plus anti-roll bar

Wheels & Tyres: Front: 16x8J with 225/50ZR16tyres. Rear: 16x9J with 245/45ZR16tyres

Length: 4470mm

Width: 1829mm

Weight: >1580kg

Did you Know?

Just 42 928SEs were sold in the UK, priced at £55,970.