Harking back to the 1973 Carrera 2.7s, this was a stripped out version of the 3.2, made some 100kg lighter than most by stripping out non-essentials like the rear seats, sound deadening, electric windows, and even the passenger’s sun visor. The engine puts out the same power but revs more freely, and 300rpm higher, thanks to lightweight inlet valves and a reprogrammed ECU. Just 340 examples were made, and only 53 of those were in right-hand-drive for the UK market. Available here in any colour you like, as long as what you like is Grand Prix White with red wheel centres.
Price at launch:
Independent via telescopic struts and torsion bars, anti-roll bar
Independent via trailing arms, torsion bars and telescopic dampers, anti-roll bar
rack and pinion