(SOLD) 1996 Porsche 993 Cabriolet Print this page.


Porsche 993s with 3.6-liter engines made 272 HP until 1996, when Porsche’s Vario-Ram became a standard offering. Vario-Ram adjusted the length of the air intake ducts according to engine RPMs and the car’s speed. This feature bumped the power up to 285 HP and produced a flatter torque curve.

The twin-turbo 3.6-liter engines produced 408 horsepower, with the Turbo S and GT2 993 variants producing an even more powerful 430 and 450 HP, respectively. The 3.8-liter 993s made 300 HP, and could be built-to-order with Vario-Ram from the factory as well, though it was not an official option.
Stock #104
Year(SOLD) 1996
Model993 Cabriolet
Engine3.6 L
Exterior ColorRED
Interior ColorTAN
Body StyleCV
New/Used Used
Price SOLD
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