In 1967 Porsche replaced their 912 with the 911T. This was a less expensive version than the standard 911L with slightly less horsepower and less interior appointments. The engine was a new design that used cast-iron cylinder heads and a different crankshaft. It also employed a different crankshaft, camshafts and compression ratios to produce 110 bhp. Inside the car lacked the wooden dashboard and used cheaper Perlon carpeting. Standard features included the 4-Speed transmission and steel-disc wheels but there was the option to upgrade to 5-speeds and Fuchs alloy wheels.