What is a Porsche luxury car?

What is a Porsche luxury car?

What is a Porsche luxury car?


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Buckle up, because the ranking of the 15 most luxurious Porsches in history is a race of dizzying numbers.

There is no doubt that in the motor world the Porsche team is one of the most valued. Synonymous with luxury, success and power , the cars from the German factory based in Stuttgart are a dream on wheels. A dream with exorbitant figures.

While no Porsche is exactly cheap, there is a select selection whose price stands out above the rest. These are more collector ‘s cars than touring the streets of the city. Its features make your skin crawl just imagining how its engines must roar . These are the 15 most luxurious Porsches.

Porsche 917K

Porsche 917K (Photo: RM Sothebys)

It is one of the six Porsche 917 K that made history at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1970. This one in particular, with chassis number 917-024, also appears in the famous “Le Mans”, the movie by Steve McQueen on the famous race released a year later. It went up for auction for a figure between 13 and 15 million euros in May 2021.

Porsche 956

Porsche 956 (Photo: Porsche)

The competition unit with chassis 956-003 from 1982 was the absolute winner of Le Mans that year thanks to its 630 CV with which it exceeds 360 km/h. Its value amounts to 9.09 million euros.

Porsche 917/10 Spyder

The prototype of this 917/10 was born in 1972 and only 13 units were manufactured. Its engine reaches 600 CV and chassis number 001 was the only one in the hands of individuals, so it went up for auction for 5.5 million euros.

Porsche 550 Spyder

The renowned actor James Dean died in this car model in 1955 and it was one of the great racing classics of the fifties. The most expensive was auctioned in 2016 for 5.41 million euros . Its top speed is 240 km/h.

Porsche 959 Paris-Dakar

This rally Porsche dates from 1985 and its price amounts to 5.34 million euros . This is a Group B model converted for desert racing with Rothmans livery.

Porsche 911 GT1 Strassen version

This time a road car transformed to run on circuits. Arctic silver color, it has a 544 hp engine that reaches 300 km/h. It was sold for 5.08 million euros.


Porsche 718 RS60

One of four produced by Porsche for the 1960 racing season. It has a 170 hp engine and was auctioned for €4.85 million.

Porsche 935

A ‘monster’ with a date of birth in 1979. It boasts successes at Le Mans, moves with a 760 CV engine and was acquired at auction for 4.34 million euros.

Porsche RS Spyder

This 2007 model was the last of six produced for the season. It has hardly run despite treasuring a 510 hp engine. Its price was 4.05 million euros at auction in 2018.

Porsche 907 Longtail

Porsche 907 Longtail (Photo: Gooding

The one with chassis number 005 won Le Mans in 1968 and is one of only two still in existence out of a total of eight that were built. For this, and for its 270 hp engine, it is valued at 3.26 million euros .

Porsche 908/03

This peculiar car weighs only 500 kilos. It has a 350 hp engine and the chassis number 003 came second in the 1,000 km of the Nürburgring in 1970, for which it was sold for €3.12 million .

Porsche 917/30 Spyder

Porsche 917/30 Spyder (Photo: Porsche)

One of the most iconic of the firm with the colors blue and yellow and the inscription “Die Hard”. It was developed to compete in Can Am and reaches 400 km/h. It was auctioned for 2.6 million euros .

Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.8 1973

Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.8 1973 (Photo: Porsche)

Another historical model for the firm, with 300 CV of power. It was an improved version of the Carrera RS 2.7 and came seventh in the Sebring 12 Hours. It went up for auction for $2.4 million.

Porsche 356 1300 Split-Window Cabriolet Reutter 1951

Porsche 356 1300 Split-Window Cabriolet Reutter 1951

Special mention deserves one of the most emblematic models of the German house. It was one of the first to release the 44 hp 1.3-liter engine. It was also the last with its iconic ‘split window’ windshield. It was auctioned for 709,000 euros on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Porsche.

Maradona’s Porsche

Although it cannot be compared with the prices of previous models, a very popular auction was that of the Porsche 911 that Diego Armando Maradona drove during his season at Sevilla. He was arrested for driving it at 180 km / h. It was auctioned in May 2021 for 483,000 euros.

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