The Porsche 968 was manufactured by Porsche from 1992 to 1995. It was the third – and final – evolution of the front-engine, rear-wheel-drive series of sports cars that began with the Porsche 924 in the early 1970’s. The car was powered by an updated version of the Porsche 944’s straight-four cylinder engine. For 1993 thru 1995, Porsche offered a light-weight “Club Sport” variant of the Porsche 968 which was specifically developed for owners looking to run their cars at the racetrack. Luxury equipment was stripped out of the car and mechanically, the car was specially set up for use at the race track. In 1993, Porsche Motorsports produced a turbo-charged version dubbed the “968 Turbo S.” Powered by a large 3.0 Litre engine the car could run a 0-60 mph time of just 4.7 seconds with a top overall speed of 175 mph. Between 1992 and 1994, Porsche Motorsports also built a full race version of the Turbo S, it was called the 968 Turbo RS it is extremely rare.