Demonstrating its strength in innovation, Porsche will present the 911 Turbo, the 911 Sport Classic (limited to 250 examples), the 911 GT3 RS - and its motor sport twin the 911 GT3 Cup race car.
The new generation 911 Turbo has the Nissan GT-R set squarely in its sights, promising to be the most dynamic high-performance sports car in its class, as well as the most fuel efficient.
Porsche will also reveal the race-bred 911 GT3 RS for its global debut, followed by the race-only 911 GT3 Cup car which will continue the legacy of Porsche in motor sport.
The Frankfurt Motor Show also marks the European introduction of the four door Panamera Gran Turismo.
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