1974 saw the introduction of US mandated impact bumpers and another increase in engine size (now up to 2.7L) across the range. Fuel injection was available in the 911 (175 bhp) and 911S (175 bhp) models. The Carrera 2.7 was mechanically identical to the 1973 RS, inheriting its 210 bhp. It had the wide RS rear wings and also the ducktail for the 1974 model and could be bought as a coupe or a Targa. In 1974 Porsche offered a high performance fuel injected Carrera specifically for the European market. These were close to 2.7 RS specification and are often referred to as the 2.7 or Euro Carrera. In many regards, this car is similar to the 1973 2.7 RS in touring trim, with its 210bhp 911/83 engine, but the 2.7 Carrera is based on the updated G-series body and interior.