To bridge the price gap between the 356, which was still being produced at this time and the 911, in 1965
In terms of looks and technology, the 912 was virtually identical to the 911. Unlike the 911, however, it was powered by the 1.6-litre flat-four engine from the 356 SC at the rear. Its power output was reduced from 95 to 90 hp at 5,800 rpm for use in the 912 in order to give the engine more low-end torque and stability. Power transmission was provided by a 4-speed manual transmission.
912 1.6 (1965-69)
Bumpers with chrome-plated bumper guards; bumper guards with rubber pads as of MY 1967 // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Narrow sill trims; wide as of MY 1967 // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Silver-coloured
Bumpers featuring chrome-plated bumper guards with rubber pads // Rear lid with chrome-plated air grille // Chrome-plated horn grille // Wide sill trims // Round, chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Silver-coloured
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