The 924, which was available as of model year 1976, was developed by
Good aerodynamics were a priority when designing the body of the 924. This was particularly taken into account through the flat bonnet and the pop-up headlights. As of MY 1983, a black rear spoiler brought about a further improvement in the Cd value.
Only from the 924 S, which was produced as of model year 1986, onwards, was an engine built by
The 2.5-litre engine of the 924 S had the same design as the 944 and initially achieved 150 hp, followed by 160 hp as of MY 1988.
Pop-up headlights // Glass rear lid; with black PU rear spoiler as of MY 1983 // Bumpers integrated in body shape // Side direction indicators as of MY 1981
Pop-up headlights // Glass rear lid with black PU rear spoiler // Bumpers integrated in body shape // Side direction indicators
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