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The Porsche 911 Is Considered A Classic
The Porsche 911 is considered a classic by many who are into classic auto racing. One reason that it's considered a classic is because of its unique "C" shape body style. It is a long, low and wedge-shaped body that is most commonly found on older Porsche models. What makes the design of a Porsche 911 art? That's what enthusiasts and professional drivers alike would have you know! Well, there is more to the Porsche 911's look and feel than just plain old C styling.
For one thing, the Porsche 911 has a long body that is almost as long as the engine itself. This gives the 911 a longer silhouette and lends it an extremely sleek and fast look. It is also worth noting that the 911 has large air vents located behind the headlights, as well as a set of blinkers that come on in the lower portion of the front fender. These two features add to the 911's low drag look.
Another reason the Porsche 911 is considered a classic is the performance numbers. If you were to compare the 911's gas mileage with those of other cars in its class, you would find that the 911 to perform almost all of them. Even with its compact engine, the 911 can travel quite a distance before getting too hot. Another thing to consider is that although it is a low-drag gas engine, the 911 still manages to keep a very high acceleration. So, whether you are into speed, Functionality, looks, performance or a combination of all three; the Porsche 911 is the perfect car for you!