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Ferdinand Porsche founded his company Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche GmbH, Konstruktionen und Beratungen für Motoren und Fahrzeugbau in April 1931 in Stuttgart[1]. The company established a numeric record of projects known as the Type List. Initially, the list was maintained by Karl Rabe. This list gives great insight in the broad range of Porsche's activities over the years. The first number was Type 7, presented in such a way that Wanderer-Werke AG did not realize they were the company’s first customer[2]. The first entries in the list are designs by Porsche before the company was founded and therefore these do not have a Type number. The designs up to number 287 are from the period leading into WWII when the company was based in Stuttgart. Type number 288 is the first of the Gmünd period where the company was relocated as part of the program to disperse companies outside big cities to prevent damage from the allied bombing campaign. In 1950 the company moved back to Stuttgart and makes a new start with Type 500, skipping a large part of the 400 range. Most numbers in this range are used up to the point where the initial designation for the 911 was chosen: number 901, skipping a large part of the 800 range. At this stage the practice of allocating a separate number to each component design (e.g. chassis, gearbox or engine) was abandoned and the numbers are used for entire projects.

Porsche Type Numbers[3]
Type Number Year Description
P1 1898 Egger-Lohner C.2 Phaeton Electric car[4]
1901-1906 Lohner-Porsche Mixte Hybrid
1910 Austro-Daimler Modell 27/80 "Prince Henry"
1910 Austro-Daimler Electrique Fire Tender for the London Fire Brigade
1911 Austro-Daimler Alpenwagen
1922 Austro-Daimler Sasha
1927-1932 Mercedes Benz S, SS & SSK
1928 Daimler Benz Grosstraktor I
7 1930–1931 Chassis with 1.7 and 1.87 liter 6 cylinder engine for the Wanderer W22[5] (first Porsche office design)
8 1930–1931 Chassis with 3.25 liter 8 cylinder engine for a Wanderer coupé
9 1930–1931 Prototype for Wanderer, supercharged Type 8 with a Streamline body by Reutter. Used by Ferdinand Porsche as a personal car for 4 or 5 years.
10 1931 Independent rear suspension for the Horch 830B
12 1931-1932 Zündapp 3 and 5 cylinder radial engine for rear engined saloon (not produced)
14 1931 Wanderer overdrive transmission for Type 7
15 1932 Truck design work for Phänomen werke
16 1932 Chassis and 3.3L 8 Cylinder engine for the Röhr Type F, based on Type 8
17 1932 Torsion Bar Suspension for Type 7
18 1932 2.5 ton two axle truck with 3,5L radial air cooled engine for Phänomen werke
19 1932 Air cooled 3.5 liter, three-axle, 3.5 ton, truck for Phänomen werke
20 1932 Steering (arrangements) Type Stuttgart, models A (2,000 kg), B (up to 3,500 kg), C, D
21 1932-1933 Front swing axle Alfred Teves, Wanderer-Werke AG, Chemnitz
22 1932–1937 Auto Union Grand Prix car, 750kg formula, 16 cylinders 4.36 liter supercharged mid-engine
23 1933 Citroen Steering arrangement
24 1932-1933 Zündapp three wheeled vehicle
25 1933 Exhibition - axle for small car. Alfred Teves, Frankfurt
26 1933 Zündapp torsion bar suspension for 400cc small car
27 1933 Mathis-Ford Saloon car design
28 1933 Modifications of Type 18, Chassis and Diesel engine
29 1933 Modifications of Type 19, Chassis and Diesel engine
30 1933 Independent (swing-arm) front suspension for Hanomag
31 1933 Independent (swing-arm) front suspension for the Wanderer W22, W240 and W40
32 1933-1934 NSU Saloon, chassis with four cylinder, flat-four, 1.45 liter air-cooled rear engine producing 28HP and torsion bar suspension.
33 1933 Front swing axle design for Morris sedan
34 1933 Steering design for Fiat
36 1934 Chassis with 3.3L 8 cylinder supercharged engine for the Röhr Olympier Typ FK
38 1934 Modified petrol engine for two-axle lorry (type 28)
39 1934 Modified petrol engine for three-axle lorry (type 29)
40 1933-1934 One cylinder diesel test engine for Typ 38/39
42 1934 Trilock transmission for Klein-Schanzlin & Becker
45 1933-1934 Front axle desing (Swing axle for Citroen 15CV)
46 1934 Front axle design (Swing axle for the Standard Motor Company)
47 1933-1934 Front axle design (Swing axle for the Volvo PV series)
49 1934 One cylinder diesel test engine for Süddeutsche Bremsen-AG
50 1934 Front axle design (Swing axle) for Triumph sedan
51 1934 Single cylinder test engine for Type 55
52 1934 Auto Union sports car design based on Type 22
54 1935 Exhibition models for the 1935 Berliner Autoausstellung
55 1935 1000 PS airplane engine for Süddeutsche Bremsen-AG
56 1935 Front suspension for E.R.A. C-type race car
57 1935 Zündapp motorcycle engine
59 1934 Independent swing-arm front suspension for Rochet Schneider truck
60 1934–1941 KdF-Wagen, later called Volkswagen
61 1935 Narrow version of the Type 60. Also known as Type 60K5.
62 1936 Kübelwagen prototype
63 1938 Rear axle design (Swing axle) for Alfa Romeo 6C2300
64 1938 Volkswagen sports car for the Berlin-Rome race, 1.5-liter, based on KdF-Wagen components. Also known as Type 60K10.
65 1939 driving-school fittings for KdF
66 1938-1939 KdF right-hand drive
67 1939 KdF "invalid vehicle"
68 1939 KdF Reichspost delivery van
69 1934 Rear axle desing (Swing axle) for Alfa Romeo 8C2900
70 1935-1936 32 cylinders, 17,7 litres radial water cooled aircraft engine for the Deutsche Versuchsanstalt für Luftfahrt (DVL)
71 1935 32 cylinder aircraft test engine (DVL)
72 1935 V16, 19,7 litres water cooled aircraft engine (DVL)
73 1935 16 cylinder aircraft test engine (DVL)
74 1935 Connecting rod test unit for Type 70
75 1936 Front axle and steering design for Austro-Fiat (ÖAF) trucks
76 1936 Laboratory equipment (stress testing, internal use)
78 1937 Aircraft engine with with slide valve gear and variable-pitch propeller
79 1937 Front and rear truck axle design for Delaunay-Belleville
80 1938–1939 Mercedes-Benz land speed record car
81 1939 Volkswagen Van chassis with panel van body (K286)
82 1939–1940 Kubelwagen based on KdF components
83 1939 Volkswagen "Kreis" transmission system
84 1939 Volkswagen "Dr.Hering" double clutch transmission system
85 1939 Volkswagen study for a four wheel drive transmission
86 1939 Volkswagen study for a four wheel drive Kübelwagen
87 1939–1941 Kubelwagen prototypes with four-wheel drive based on Type 82
88 1939 Volkswagen delivery van on Kübelwagen chassis
89 1939-1941 Volkswagen "Beier" automatic gearbox  study
90 1938 V12 rear-engined racing car study for Daimler-Benz
92 1940 Volkswagen cross-country car (typ82 with KdF body), Volkswagen Type 82E
93 1939 Limited-slip differential design for Daimler-Benz
94 1939 Daimler-Benz 24 cyl. 4.5L. 360 PS racing engine
95 1939 Omnibus chassis and suspension for Daimler-Benz
96 1938-1939 Hydraulic power transmission for Daimler-Benz
97 1938 Daimler-Benz heavy truck (Bulldog)
98 1940 Volkswagen amphibious car with Type 62CL body, schwimmwagen prototype
99 1938 Trailer design for Goertz
100 1939–1941 VK 30.01 (P) Leopard Tank prototype[3]
101 1942 VK 45.01 (P) Tiger I Prototype with the 8.8 cm Kwk 36 L/56 gun and petrol-electric transmission. The produced chassis were rebuilt as Elefant tank destroyers[3].
102 1942 Type 101 Tiger tank with Voith electric transmission[3]
103 1942 Type 101 Tiger tank with Voith hydraulic transmission[3]
104 1939 One cylinder test engine for Type 94
105 Evaluation of Continental aircraft engine
106 PIM experimental power transmission for type 60 KdF[3]
107 1938 Turbo-charged engine for type 60 KdF[3]
108 1938 Daimler-Benz engine with two stage supercharger for Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix car [3]
109 1938 Two stroke motorcycle engine for Daimler-Benz [3]
110 1938-1939 Small tractor, Volkspflug[3]
111 1939–1940 Small tractor, new design[3]
112 1940–1941 Larger-engined small tractor[3]
113 1941 Small tractor, version III[3]
114 1938–1939 F-Wagen: 1.5-liter V-10 Porsche sports-car design[3]
115 1939 Supercharged 1.1-liter KdF engine, overhead camshafts
116 1938–1939 KdF-backed 1.5-liter racing car with Type 114 components[3]
117 Experimental one cylinder engine for Type 101
118 Clutch design for "Rohrbeck" transmission
119 Experimental one cylinder engine for Typ10
120 1939-1940 Generator based on Volkswagen engine for the Reichsluftfahrtministerium[3]
121 1939-1940 Stationary Volkswagen engine for the Heereswaffenam[3]
122 1939-1940 Stationary engine with coil ignition for the Reichspost[3]
123 Trailer design for Hahn
124 Kübelwagen modified for use on railway track[3]
125 Wind powered generator, 4500W[3]
126 Fully synchronized transmission for Volkswagen[3]
128 1940–1941 KdF-based amphibian Schwimmwagen, original design
129 1940–1941 Typ128 with shortened chassis[3]
130 1942 Tank destroyer "Ferdinand" later called "Elefant"
131 Water cooled engine for Type 102
132 Fuel tank for Volkswagen
133 1940 Naturally aspirated carburetor[3]
135 1940–1941 Wind power generator, 130 watt[3]
136 1940–1941 Wind power generator, 736 watt[3]
137 1940–1941 Wind power generator, 4,550 watt[3]
138 1940–1941 Amphibian Schwimmwagen, alternate design[3]
139 Modified chassis (no centre frame) for Typ 138[3]
140 Gasoline-electric car heater
141 Two-cylinder auxiliary (starter) motor for Typ101
142 1942 Panzertransporter train for Typ100 VK3001(P) (project abandoned)
145 1942 Steyr air-cooled 3,5L V8 petrol engine
146 Steyr Lkw mit Hinterradantrieb
147 Steyr 1.5 Tonne truck
148 1941 Wood-gas generator for motor carriage
149 1941 Rear suspension design for Puch motorcycle
150 "Karette" engine design for Steyr ADMK, featuring both track and wheels
151 1941 Volkswagen "Plus" transmission system
152 1941 Volkswagen "Stieber" transmission system
153 1941 Skoda Ostradschlepper traction engine with air cooled 6 cylinder engine
155 1941 “Kettenlaufwerk” Half-track version of the Type 82 Kübelwagen
156 1941 Railway track adaptation for the Type 166 Schwimmwagen
157 1941 Railway track adaptation for the Type 82 and Type 87
158 1941 Wood-gas generator
159 1941 One cylinder diesel test engine with "Simmering" pre-combustion chamber injection
160 1941 Design for KdF with self-supporting body
162 1941 Kübelwagen with self supporting body
163 1941 Kübelwagen tank trainer
164 1941 Volkswagen cross-country lorry with 2 engines (6x4)
166 1942–1945 Schwimmwagen, final design
168 Drive train for a tank (VK904)
170 1942 Marine Sturmboot engine, based on VW engine with 40PS, version I
171 1942 Marine Sturmboot engine, version II
172 Fuel tank for Volkswagenwerk, GmbH Fallersleben
173 Evaluation of Ford Pigmy Jeep
174 1942 Marine Sturmboot engine using normal KdF engine
175 1942 Steel-wheeled military tractor, Radschlepper Ost
176 1942 Auxiliary starter motor with gearing for Typ 175
177 1942 five-speed gearbox for Type 82 and Type 87, Design A
178 1942 Simplified version of five-speed transmission, Design B
179 1942 Fuel injection system for Volkswagen petrol engine
180 1942 VK45.02 (P) Tiger II tank design with petrol engine and electric transmission[3]
181 1942 Hydraulic transmission for Type 180
182 1942 Volkswagen Kübelwagen production version
187 1942 Type 182 Kübelwagen with four wheel drive
188 1942 Amphibious car
190 1942 Conversion of Type 101 to diesel engine, cancelled
191 1942 Experimental one cylinder test engine for Type 190
192 1942 Experimental one cylinder test engine for Type 203
193 1942 Experimental one cylinder test engine with (gasoline) fuelinjection for Type 101
195 1942 Torsion bar suspention
197 1942 Tank starting engine mounted on Type 82 Kübelwagen
198 1942 Tank starting engine mounted on Type 82 Kübelwagen, production version
200 1942 Air-cooled 10L Diesel engine for typ 100
203 1942 18L Diesel engine
205 1942 VK 100.01 Maus, 188-ton tank prototype[3]
209 1942 44,5 liters diesel engine for Type 205, air cooled V12 with 1080PS. Manufacturer was Daimler-Benz.
210 1942 Airconditioning system
212 1942 Air-cooled 48 liters 16-cylinder diesel tank engine for use in Type 205
213 1942 Experimental one cylinder test engine for Typ 212
215 1942 Experimental one cylinder test engine for Typ 212, cancelled
220 1942 36,8L Supercharged V16  Diesel engine
222 1942 Experimental tractor design "ML" for KdF
224 1942 Evaluation Rolls Royce Merlin Aircraft engine
225 1942 Brown Boverie & Cie electric transmission for KdF
226 Evaluation Wright Cyclone aircraft engine
227 July 1943 Spare parts list for all-wheel KdF - References highly confidential letter of 7/7/43 to Porsche KG
229 Automatic shift for electrical transmission
230 1942-1943 KdF with "Imbert" wood-fired gas generator
231 1942 Acetylene powered KdF
232 Wood fired gas generator (avarage gas flow 50m3/hr )
233 Wood fired gas generator (avarage gas flow 85m3/hr )
234 Wood fired gas generator (avarage gas flow 130m3/hr )
235 1942-1943 Electric transmission for KdF
236 1942-1943 Grating for Type 230, the Imbert generator
237 Engine for the Göttingen air-base
238 1942-1943 Volkswagen engine for driving a cable hoist
239 1942-1943 Kübelwagen with wood-fired gas generator
240 1942-1943 Propane gas adaptation of the VW engine for the volkswagen and the Kübelwagen
241 Starter or auxiliary motor for Typ 205
243 Generator
244 Fabrication and assembly of grating for use in Imbert generator using low BTU coal
245 1942 Special vehicle V (five), small 18 ton multipurpose tank
247 1943 VW-based aero engine (used on Horten H IX)
250 1942–1943 E-25 Jagdpanzer design, Turretless tank with hydraulic transmission and 75mm Pak 42 L/70
252 1943 Volkswagen "P.I.V." transmission system
255 1943 Type 250 mechanical drive
258 1943 Experimental torsion bar suspension for Jagdtiger
260 Cooling system for Type 250
261 1943 Interior heater for Panther ausf G tank
262 Exhaust cooling system for Maybach HL-120 tank engine
263 Cooling system for the PzKpfw 38(t)
267 Maybach HL-230 engine improvements
270 Development and fabrication of two single-horse drawn carts
272 15 KVA emergency generator
274 Recoil starter
276 1943 Light artillery tractor based on Type 82 with "Protzhaken"
277 Transmission for Italian OM truck
278 Synchronized transmission for VW
280 Project “M” for VW
281 Belt drive propeller for Meindl, Klagefurt
283 1943 Modified wood gas generator for Type 82 Kübelwagen
285 1944-1945 Water turbine, 3.5 hp, experimental version
286 1944 Small water turbine
287 1944 KdF Kommandeurwagen with Type 82 four wheel drive chassis and kdF body, later used for the French Army
288 1944-1945 13 PS water turbine.
289 1944-1945 15 PS Water turbine
290 Project "S"
291 1945 Wind tunnel, 600 mm. cross section
292 1946 Wind tunnel, 300 mm. cross section
293 1944 Tracked Personnel carrier
294 1944 Santner Ski bindings
295 Metal work for barrack.
296 Volkswagen transfer gearbox
298 Radio Empfänger (E-S-R) fur KdF
299 Radio Empfänger (E-RG-I) fur KdF
300 1944 Jet engine to power the FZG-76B long-range missile
301 500mm diameter axial-flow turbine.
302 Receipt of spare parts.
303 Receipt of spare parts.
305 1000 PS hydraulic transmission for tanks
307 1945 Volkswagen "Riedlinger" dense medium (gas, oil) carburettor
309 1945 Two-stroke diesel engine for VW or tractor
310 Small wind turbine
312 1945 Gasoline engine tractor
313 1945 17 PS air-cooled Diesel engine for Type 312
315 1945 Ski-lift with VW engine for Santner Jr., Spittal/Drau
317 Small turbine for Dr. Höfer, Millstatt
320 Receipt of machine "Berta".
321 Machine "Berta", improved version.
323 1946 Agricultural tractor with 11 PS diesel engine for Cisitalia
324 Stationary engine with 8 PS
325 Stationary engine with 15 PS
326 Stationary engine with 30 PS
328 1946 Agricultural tractor with 28 PS diesel engine and all-wheel drive
330 VW with charcoal-gas generator.
331 VW with indigenous fuels generator.
332 VW with anthracite-coal generator.
335 1946 "Bergbauern Seilwinde" winch for agricultural use
336 1946 "Spillseilwinde" Capstan winch for agricultural use
337 1946 Handcart for winch Type 335.
338 Drive for Type 335 winch
339 1946 Conveyor belt system for Gschiel
340 Two-wheel hand cart.
343 Two-wheel hand cart.
344 Two-wheel hand cart.
345 Sicklebar mower
348 Machine for fabrication of peat moss briquettes.
350 Business plan for Porsche KG.
352 1946 Car study. Project probably initiate in July as a result of a letter from von

Senger dated June 25, 1946. The study requirements were for a four-seat

touring car with fuel injection, 1.5 to 2 liter displacement, 4-cylinders

producing 60 to 70 HP. The target price was 7,500 Swiss francs ($1,750).

354 Car trailer for 356-001, used by von Senger
355 1947 Volkswagen delivery van based on Type 81 and 83
356 1947 Open mid-engined two-seater sports car on VW basis
356/2 1947–1948 Rear-engined Porsche sports car, built in Gmund
356A 1955–1956 Improved production Porsche, 15-inch wheels, 1,600 cc engines
356B 1959–1963 Improved production Porsche, T-5 body
356C 1963–1964 Improved production Porsche, T-6 body, disc brakes
356 SL 1951 Racing version of Type 356/2 coupe
358 BMW Motorcycle engine redesign for Abarth
359 Cisitalia two-valve steering
360 1947–1948 Cisitalia Formula One Grand Prix car. 1.5L air cooled, supercharged flat twelve, 4x4
361 1947 Single-cylinder test engine for Type 360
362 1948 2.0-liter unsupercharged Formula Two version of Type 360
366 VW Super Sport engine design A. With twin carburetors,
367 1949 VW Super Sport engine design B. With V heads and horizontal cooling fan.

Reference drawing 367.10.403 dated June 22, 1949. Based on Typ 115 engine of 1939, which used Kompressor and OHC.�

368 2.5 ton Agricultural trailer
369 1949–1950 VW Super Sport engine design C. With V type valve arrangement, (1.1 liter engine for Type 356/2).

Reference drawings 369.10.001, .002 and .003 dated August 1949.�

370 1947-1948 Cisitalia 1.5-liter sports-touring car. (4 seats, air-cooled, rear-mounted six cylinder engine).

The Porsche June 15, 1948 internal progress report identifies this design as being expanded to include a 2 liter design.�

372 1947 BMW Motorcycle engine redesign for Abarth Cisitalia sports sedan, 2L air cooled V8 with 100PS and 5-speed transmission
375 1947 Cisitalia monoposta solid axle studies.�
378 1948 Porsche-Schmid synchromesh, preliminary studies
380 1948 Porsche-Schmid transmission for Fiat 508c. Design included in Cisitalia contract of Feb. 3, 1947.�
382 Porsche 2L sportscar
383 1948 Porsche-Schmid synchromesh system for VW gearbox, Design A
384 1948 Porsche-Schmid synchromesh system for VW gearbox, Design B
385 1947 Cisitalia water turbine
390 Engine design for Fichtel & Sachs oHG
392 Cross mounted rear engine and hydraulics
394 Front bench seat for VW
398 Tools and fixtures for internal use (Gmünd workshop)
399 Tools and fixtures for customer orders
401 Front axle design for VW Bus (VW Type 29)
402 1949 Short wheel base design for VW Type 1951, self supporting body
403 Police car modification for VW
405 Sedan with rear mounted 1.1L engine
406 Sedan with rear mounted 2.2L engine
410 Omnibus for Graf & Stift, Vienna
425 1948 20 PS diesel tractor
427 30 PS Diesel tractor
502 1950–1951 1.5-liter sports engine for Type 356
506 1950–1951 1.3-liter engine for Type 356
506/2 1954–1955 Type 506 with three-piece crankcase
508 1950 Four-stroke diesel engine for Volkswagen
509 1950 1.3-liter engine for Porsche 356
514 1951 Le Mans cars for 1951 (Type 356 SL)
519 1951–1952 Synchronized transmission for Type 356
522 1951 Volkswagen design proposal with strut-type front suspension
523 1951 Studies of marine engine
524 1951 Fuel injection for Type 369 engine
527 1951–1952 1.5-liter production engine for Type 356 (initially for Le Mans)
528 1952–1953 1.5-liter sports engine for Type 356, 1500S or Super
528/2 1954–1955 Type 528 with four-piece crankcase
530 1951–1952 Four-passenger Porsche, 2,400 mm (94.5-inch) wheelbase
531 1952 1.3-liter engine with new camshaft
532 1952 Single-carburetor version of 1.5-liter engine
533 1952 Sports-racing version of 1.1-liter engine
539 1952 New 1.5-liter engine
540 1952 America Roadster and Speedster bodies
542 1953 Sedan prototype for Studebaker
544 1952 1.5-liter industrial engine
546 1952–1953 Plain-bearing version of Type 527, 1500 or Normal
546/2 1954–1955 Type 546 with three-piece crankcase
547 1952–1953 1.5-liter four-camshaft racing engine
547/1 1955 Series-built 1.5-liter Type 547
547/3 1958 Improved 1.5-liter racing engine for Type 718 and 718/2
547/4 1957 1.6-liter racing engine for Type 718
547/5 1957 1.7-liter racing engine for Type 718
550 1953–1954 Mid-engined two-seat sports-racing car
550A 1956 Redesigned Type 550 with tubular space frame
568 1953 Jet-ejector cooling for air-cooled engines
575 1953 Experimental self-leveling suspension for Type 356
577 1953 Experimental disc brakes for 356
587 1961 2.0-liter racing engine for Type 718
587/1 1961–1962 Touring version of Type 587 for Carrera 2
587/2 1963 Racing version of Type 587/1
587/3 1963–1964 Improved 2.0-liter racing engine for Type 904
588 1953 Transmission for 2.0-liter engine
589 1953–1954 1.3-liter sports engine for Type 356, 1300S
589/2 1954–1955 Type 589 with three-piece crankcase
593 1953 Four-speed gearbox for Porsche cars
597 1954–1955 Jagdwagen or Hunter, four-wheel-drive military/utility vehicle
607 1954 Gearbox for Grand Prix Bugatti T.251
611 1954 Gearbox for Grand Prix Ferrari
616/1 1955–1956 1.6-liter engine for Type 356A, 1600
616/2 1955–1956 1.6-liter sports engine for Type 356A, 1600S
616/3 1956 Industrial version of Type 616/1
616/7 1960 90-horsepower engine for Type 356B, 1600S-90 or Super 90
616/12 1961–1962 Type 616/2 with cast-iron cylinders for Type 356B
616/15 1963–1964 1.6-liter engine for Type 356C, 1600C
616/16 1963–1964 1.6-liter sports engine for Type 356C, 1600SC
616/36 1965 1.6-liter engine for Type 912
616/39 1967–1968 Type 616/36 with US. emission control
632 1954 Experimental car based on the 356
633 1954 Design of Porsche 2.0-liter car
644 1957 Four-speed tunnel-case transmission for Type 356B
645 1956 Experimental sports-racing car, "Mickey Mouse"
656 1954 Porsche sports-car study for 1956
669 1955 Five-speed gearbox for sports-racing Porsches, based on Type 519
678 1959 1.6-liter aircraft engine line
678/1 1959 65 hp aircraft engine, reduction gear
678/3 1959 52 hp aircraft engine, direct drive
678/4 1959 75 hp aircraft engine, reduction gear
687 1956 Gearbox for Vanwall Grand Prix car
690 1958 Five-speed tunnel-case transmission for Type 718
692 1958 Improved four-camshaft engine for Carrera
692/0 1958 1.5-liter Type 692 with roller-bearing crankshaft
692/1 1958 1.5-liter Type 692 with plain-bearing crankshaft
692/2 1958–1959 1.6-liter plain-bearing Type 692 for touring Carrera
692/3 1959 GT racing version of Type 692/3
692/3A 1961 Improved Type 692/3 with SchZeifsteine
693 1956 1.3-liter version of four-cam Type 547
695 1956–1959 Design study for successor to the 356
702 1956 Special Gyrodyne helicopter version of Type 678
703 1956 Improvements to 1.6-liter production engine
714 1963 Leopard 1 tank with MTU 37,4 l. 830 PS Diesel engine built by Krauss-Maffei
716 1959 Four-speed transmission for Type 356A with improved synchromesh
718 1957 Mid-engined sports-racing car
718/2 1959 1.5-liter single-seater racing car
719 1957 Racing engine with fuel injection
729 1958 Marine engine, based on Type 616
741 1958–1960 Four-speed transmission for Type 356B
741/A 1961–1962 Four-speed transmission for Type 356B and 356C
742 1959 Design of chassis for four-wheel drive
745 1962 Experimental 2.0- and 2.2-liter six-cylinder engines
753 1959–1962 1.5-liter eight-cylinder engine for Type 804 GP car
754 1961 Prototype for rear-engined successor (T7) to 356 (T6), based on Type 695
771 1960–1962 2.0- and 2.2-liter sports-racing versions of Type 753
787 1960–1961 Grand Prix car chassis
800 1951 Number reserved at that time for Dr. Keckstein
802 1961 Four-cylinder engine with fuel injection
804 1962 Grand Prix car chassis
806 "Bergepanzer 2" Armoured recovery vehicle based on the Leopard 1 chassis
807 "Biber" Armoured bridge layer based on the Leopard 1 chassis
814 Leopard 1 tank derivative
821 1961 2.0-liter six-cylinder engine
901 1963 Prototype of six-cylinder production sports car
901/0 1964–1965 Five-speed transmission for Type 911
901/01 1964–1965 130 hp engine for Type 911
901/02 1966–1967 160 hp engine for Type 911S; five-speed transmission
901/03 1967–1968 110 hp engine for Type 911T; five-speed transmission
901/05 1966 Type 901/01 with Weber carburetors
901/06 1966–1967 Type 901/05 with revised valve timing
901/07 1967–1968 Type 901/06 equipped for Sportomatic
901/08 1967–1968 Type 901/02 equipped for Sportomatic
901/09 1968–1969 Fuel-injected engine for 911E
901/10 1968–1969 Fuel-injected engine for Type 911S; four-speed transmission
901/13 1967–1968 Type 901/03 equipped for Sportomatic
901/14 1967–1968 Type 901/06 (130 hp) with US. emission control
901/17 1967–1968 Type 901/14 equipped for Sportomatic
901/20 1966 210 hp engine for Type 906, Carrera 6
901/21 1966–1967 Fuel-injected Type 901/20 for Type 906E and 910/6
901/22 1967 210 hp engine for Type 911R
901/30 1968 150 hp Rally Kit for Type 911L
902 1964 B-program production car with Type 616/36 four- cylinder engine
902/0 1965–1966 Four-speed transmission for Type 912 and 911
902/01 1967–1968 Four-speed transmission for Type 912
902/02 1967–1968 Five-speed transmission for Type 912
902/1 1965–1966 Five-speed transmission for Type 912 and 911
903 1965 Experimental three-speed torque converter automatic transmission
904 1963–1964 Mid-engined GT competition coupe
904/6 1964 (unofficial) Type 904 with six-cylinder engine
904/8 1964 (unofficial) Type 904 with eight-cylinder engine
905/00 1967–1968 Four-speed Sportomatic transmission
905/01 1967–1968 Four-speed Sportomatic, alternate gear ratios
905/13 1968–1969 Four-speed Sportomatic transmission
905/20 1969–1970 Four-speed Sportomatic transmission
905/21 1970–1971 Four-speed Sportomatic transmission
906 1966 Space-framed competition coupe for Sports Category
906/8 1966 (unofficial) Type 906 with eight-cylinder engine
906E 1966–1967 Type 906 with fuel injection, modified body
907 1968 Right-hand-drive sports-racing coupe, short tail
907L 1967–1968 Type 907 with long tail for fast circuits
908 1967–1968 Experimental three-speed torque-converter automatic transmission
908 1968 3.0-liter eight-cylinder sports-racing engine and car
908/01 1969 Type 908 with long-tail coupe body, elevons
908/02 1969 Type 908 with open Spyder body
908/03 1970 3.0-liter Spyder with forward-placed engine and driver
908K 1968 Type 908 with short-tail coupe body
908L 1968 Type 908 with long-tail coupe body
908/80 1980 908 chassis updated to 936 specification
909 1968 2.0-liter Spyder for hill-climb competition
910 1966–1967 Sports-racing semi-coupe with 13-inch wheels
910/6 1967 Type 910 with 2.0-liter six-cylinder engine, Type 901/21
910/8 1967 Type 910 with 2.2-liter eight-cylinder engine, Type 771
910/8B 1967–1968 Lightened 2.0-liter Type 910/8 for hillclimb competition
911 1964–1965 Six-cylinder production sports car
911/00 1969–1970 Four-speed transmission for Type 911T
911/01 1969–1970 2.2-liter engine for Type 911E; five-speed transmission
911/02 1969–1970 2.2-liter 180 hp engine for Type 911S
911/03 1969–1970 2.2-liter engine for manual European Type 911T
911/04 1969–1970 Type 911/01 engine equipped for Sportomatic
911/06 1969–1970 Type 911/03 equipped for Sportomatic
911/07 1969–1970 2.2-liter engine for manual American Type 911T
911/08 1969–1970 Type 911/07 equipped for Sportomatic
911/20 1970 2,247 cc racing engine for competition 911S
911/21 1971 2,381 cc racing engine for competition 911S
911/22 1970 Type 911/20 with carburetors instead of fuel injection
911/41 1974–1975 2.7-liter engine for Type 911
911/42 1974–1975 2.7-liter engine for Type 911S
911/43 1974–1975 2.7-liter engine for federal 49-state Type 911
911/44 1974–1975 2.7-liter engine for California Type 911
911/46 1974–1975 Type 911/41 equipped for Sportomatic
911/47 1974–1975 Type 911/42 equipped for Sportomatic
911/48 1974–1975 Type 911/43 equipped for Sportomatic
911/49 1974–1975 Type 911/44 equipped for Sportomatic
911/51 1971–1972 2.4-liter engine for American Type 911T
911/52 1971–1972 2.4-liter engine for Type 911E
911/53 1971–1972 2.4-liter engine for Type 911S
911/57 1971–1972 2.4-liter engine for European Type 911T
911/61 1971–1972 Type 911/51 equipped for Sportomatic
911/62 1971–1972 Type 911/52 equipped for Sportomatic
911/63 1971–1972 Type 911/53 equipped for Sportomatic
911/67 1971–1972 Type 911/57 equipped for Sportomatic
911/70 1971 2,494 cc racing engine for competition 911S
911/72 1972–1973 2.8-liter racing engine for competition 911S, Carrera RSR
911/73 1972 2,466 cc racing engine for competition 911S
911/74 1973 3.0-liter racing engine for Carrera RSR
911/75 1973 Type 911/74 with slide instead of butterfly throttles
911/76 1974 2.1-liter supercharged engine for Carrera RSR Turbo 2.1
911/77 1973–1974 3.0-liter engine for Carrera RS
911/81 1975–1976 2.7-liter engine for Type 911
911/82 1975–1976 2.7-liter engine for Federal 49-state Type 911S
911/83 1972–1973 2.7-liter engine for Carrera RS
911/84 1975–1976 2.7-liter engine for California Type 911S
911/86 1975–1976 Type 911/81 equipped for Sportomatic
911/89 1975–1976 2.7-liter engine for America equipped for Sportomatic
911/91 1973 2.4-liter CIS-injection engine for American Type 911T
911/92 1973–1974 2.7-liter engine for Type 911
911/93 1973–1974 2.7-liter engine for Type 911S and American Carrera
911/96 1973 Type 911/91 equipped for Sportomatic
911/97 1973–1974 Type 911/92 equipped for Sportomatic
911/98 1973–1974 Type 911/93 equipped for Sportomatic
911E 1968–1969 Fuel-injected model between Type 911T and 911S
911L 1967–1968 Top-line model in America; intermediate model in Europe
911R 1967 Lightweight racing model of Type 911S
911S 1966–1967 Higher-performance touring model of Type 911
911T 1967–1968 Type 911 model tuned for all-round road performance
912 1965 Four-cylinder version of Type 911
912 1968 Transaxle for Type 920 chassis
912 1969 4.5-liter twelve-cylinder racing engine for Type 917
912E 1975–1976 Fuel-injected four-cylinder version of Type 911
913 1968 Study for three-cylinder air-cooled dohc engine
914 1968 Study for four-cylinder air-cooled dohc engine
914 1969–1970 Mid-engined production car, four-cylinder engine
914/6 1969–1970 Six-cylinder version of Type 914
914/8 1969 Type 914/6 with Type 908 three-liter engine
914/11 1969–1970 Five-speed transmission for Type 914 and 914/6
914/12 1972–1973 Five-speed transmission for Type 914
915 1968–1969 Four-passenger 911 studies with 2,560 mm (100.8 in) wheelbase
915 1971–1972 Stronger four- or five-speed transmission for Type 911
915/06 1973–1974 Five-speed transmission for Types 911, 911S, Carrera
915/08 1972–1973 Five-speed transmission for Carrera RS
915/12 1971–1972 Four-speed transmission for Types 911T, 911E, 911S
915/16 1973–1974 Four-speed transmission for Types 911, 911S, Carrera
915/40 1974–1975 Five-speed transmission for Type 911S and U.S. Carrera
915/43 1974–1975 Five-speed transmission for Type 911
915/44 1975–1976 Five-speed transmission for Type 911 and US 911S
915/45 1974–1975 Four-speed transmission for Type 911S
915/48 1974–1975 Four-speed transmission for Type 911
915/49 1975–1976 Four-speed transmission for Type 911
915/50 1977 Transaxle for racing 911 Carrera
916 1967–1968 Twin-overhead-camshaft racing version of Type 901
916 1968 Five-speed transmission for Type 908/01 and 908/02 6-cylinder
916 1971 Projected top-line 2.4-liter edition of Type 914/6
917 1969 4.5-liter sports-racing coupe for Sports Category
917/10 1971–1972 Spyder edition of Type 917 for Can-Am competition
917/20 1971 Type 917K with SERA-designed low-drag coupe body
917/30 1973 Spyder developed from Type 917/10 for Can-Am competition
917K 1969–1970 Short-tail developed version of Type 917
917L 1970 Long-tail version of Type 917 for Le Mans competition
917PA 1969 Spyder body on Type 917 chassis for Can-Am competition
918 1968–1969 Studies of 1973-model-year mid-engined production sports car
918 1968–1969 Study of 3.2-liter (85.0 x 70.4 mm) eight-cylinder engine for Type 918
918 2013 Mid-engined plug-in hybrid sports car
919 1969 PDK prototype transmission for production Porsches
919 (9R9) 2014 2.0L hybrid sports-racing car for LMP1 category
920 1969 Chassis of Type 917 sports-racing car
921 1969 4x4 gas-turbine-powered sports-racing coupe study
922 1969 Four-valve version of Type 912 engine for Type 917 (see 927)
922 1978 Three-speed automatic transmission for Type 928
923 1975–1976 2.0-liter engine for Type 912E
924 1970 Four-cylinder engine for H-Program
924 1976–1977 Front-engined four-cylinder production car with transaxle
925/00 1971–1972 Four-speed Sportomatic for Type 911T and 911E
925/01 1971–1972 Four-speed Sportomatic for Type 911S
925/02 1973–1974 Four-speed Sportomatic for Type 911, 911S and U.S. Carrera
925/09 1975–1976 Three-speed Sportomatic for Type 911
925/10 1974–1975 Three-speed Sportomatic for US. Type 911S and Carrera
925/12 1975–1976 Three-speed Sportomatic for Type 911 and US. 911S
926 1973 Design for Porsche off-road production car
927 1970 Reserved for four-valve version of Type 917's engine (see 922)
928 1970 Eight-cylinder engine for H-Program
928 1971 Experimental liquid-cooled 32-valve 908 eight-cylinder engine
928 1977–1978 Front-engined V8 production sports car with transaxle
928/2746 1978–1985 928-based aluminum body studies with Alusingen and Alusuisse
928-4 1984 Special 928 with wheelbase 250 mm longer
928/70 1986 Turbocharged marine racing version of Type 928 V-8
929 1973 "Turbo Sport Carrera"
930 1974–1975 Turbo and Turbo Carrera, production car based on Type 911
930/01 1977 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine for Airship Industries Skyship 500
930/07 1980 3.0-liter 911 SC engine for United States and Canada
930/08 1980 3.0-liter 911 SC engine for Japan
930/09 1980 3.0-liter 911 SC engine for rest of world
930/10 1974–1975 Turbo-supercharged engine of Type 930
930/20 1984 3.2-liter 911 Carrera engine for rest of world
930/21 1984 3.2-liter 911 Carrera engine for USA and Japan
930/30 1974–1975 Four-speed transaxle for Type 930 Turbo
930/34 1983 Special Type 930 transaxle for Swiss market's noise limits
930/60 1978 3.3-liter 911 Turbo for rest of world
930/61 1978 3.3-liter 911 Turbo for United States (49 states)
930/62 1978 3.3-liter 911 Turbo for Japan
930/63 1978 3.3-liter 911 Turbo for California
930/67 1977 3.3-liter six-cylinder engine for Airship Industries Skyship 600
931 1976 Turbocharged 924 engine for potential record-breaker
931 1978 924 Turbo left-hand drive
"932" 1989 Prototype built for another manufacturer (not the same car as the Type 989)
932 1978 924 Turbo right-hand drive
933 1979 Studies of special 924 for SCCA racing
933 1981–1990 3.2-liter light airplane engine, marketed as PFM 3200
934 1975–1976 Group 4 racing version of Type 930 Turbo coupe
935 1976 Group 5 racing version of Type 930 Turbo coupe
935/77 1977 Group 5 car and engine for 1977 season
935/79 1985 Improved customer engine for 956 and 962C
935/82 1986 3.0-liter liquid-cooled engine for 962C
935/2.0 1977 "Baby," ultra-light 1,425 cc Group 5 racing 911
936 1976 2.1-liter turbocharged Spyder for Group 6 competition
936/81 1981 936 rebuilt for Le Mans 1981 with 935/76 four-cam engine
937 1980 924 Carrera GT left-hand drive
937/50 1980 Five-speed transaxle for 924 Carrera GTP
938 1980 924 Carrera GT right-hand drive
939 1980 924 Carrera GTP for Le Mans
943 1990 Four-speed Tiptronic automatic for 911 Carrera 2
944 1982 2.5-liter four-cylinder production car, left-hand drive
945 1982 2.5-liter four-cylinder production car, right-hand drive
946 1985 924S left-hand drive
947 1980 Initial project for four-speed 928S automatic, later Type 960
947 1985 924S right-hand drive
948/2756 1981 Aluminum-body experiment based on 928
949 1981 16-valve turbo engine and transaxle for Le Mans 924 GTP racer
950 1986–1998 Transaxle for production 911, 85 mm shaft separation
951 1989 Type/Model designation considered for 964 Turbo
951 1984 944 Turbo left-hand drive
952 1984 944 Turbo right-hand drive
953 1984 4x4 version of 911 Carrera for Paris-Dakar Rally
954 1983 911SC/RS Group B evolution of 911SC
956 1982 Group C sports-racing car
959 1987 Four-wheel-drive limited-production sports car
959/50 1987 2,849 cc twin-turbo six powering Type 959
960 1980 Porsche Experimental Structure (PES) study vehicle
960 1983 Planned evolution version of Type 959 for Group B competition
960 1983 Four-speed automatic transmission for 928S
961 1983 Planned 911 Turbo based on Type 959
961 1986 Competition version of Type 959
961/70 1986 Turbocharged engine of Type 961
962 1984 Type 956 modified to meet IMSA regulations
962C 1985 Type 962 adapted to requirements of Group C racing
964 1988–1993 3rd-generation "911" Carrera 2 and 4 production model
965 1988 Planned range-topping four-cam twin-turbo 911 Carrera variant
966 1986 911 Speedster initial development project
968 1992 Marketing designation of Type 944S3
969 1988 Planned marketing designation for Type 965
970 2010 1st generation of the Panamera 4-door sports car
971 2016 2nd generation of the Panamera 4-door sports car
980 2004 Carrera GT V-10 mid-engined supercar
981 2012–2016 3rd generation of the Boxster
982 2016- 4th generation 718 Boxster and Cayman
984 1987 "Porsche Junior" study of small rear-engined sports car
986 1996 Boxster mid-engined production sports car
987 2005- Cayman (S) mid-engined production sports car
989 1989 Planned four-door four-seat production Porsche with 3.6-liter V-8
991 2011 7th generation of the "911" Carrera and Carrera 4
992 2019 8th generation of the "911" Carrera and Carrera 4
993 1993–1998 4th-generation "911" Carrera and Carrera 4 production sports cars
994 1989 964 Turbo, initial project designation
995 1979 3.0-liter V 8 low-drag aluminum-body study for German government
996 1998–2004 5th-generation "911" Carrera production sports car
997 2004–2011 6th-generation "911" Carrera and Carrera 4
1834 1966 Studies of future air-cooled Volkswagen configurations
1866 1967–1969 Prototypes of new model for Volkswagen
1866/60 1968 Vee-inclined overhead-valve twin-cam engine for project 1866
1866/70 1969 Hatchback rear-engined design for VW developed into 1966
1906 1970 Leopard 2 tank with MTU 12 cyl.39,8 l. 1500 PS Diesel engine, built by Krauss-Maffei
1928 1970 Helicopter cockpit and cabin design
1966 1970–1971 Projected underfloor-engine production Volkswagen
1983 1972 Racing transaxle for Automobiles Matra
1989 1973–1975 Long-life car studies
1997 1973 Urban car studies, two-cylinder air-cooled rear—engined
2086 Single cylinder diesel tractor engine for Allgaier. 88 x 96mm, 584cc, 20:1 compression ration, 12 PS at 3000rpm,

swirl chamber injection with pintle nozzle and rod glow plug. Dry weight 150 kg

2087 Two cylinder diesel tractor engine for Allgaier. Based on Type 2086 but with 1168 cc capacity and 24 PS at 3000rpm, Dry weight 180 kg
2088 Three cylinder diesel tractor engine for Allgaier. Based on Type 2086 but with 1752 cc capacity and 36 PS at 3000rpm, Dry weight 210 kg
2089 Four cylinder diesel tractor engine for Allgaier. Based on Type 2086 but with 2336 cc capacity and 48 PS at 3000rpm, Dry weight 242 kg
2108 1980–1984 1.3-liter front-drive Lada family car refined for AvtoVaz, Russia
2304 1974–1983 "Weasel" motorized artillery piece
2305 1974–1983 "Weasel" motorized artillery piece
2502 1974 Study of rear-drive 1.8-liter range for Far Eastern producer
2508 1974–1976 Design of four- and six-cylinder rear-drive automobile range
2539 1975 SAVE mobile medical-assistance project for Technology Ministry (see 2614)
2554 1977 Project number for airship engines 930/01 and 930/67
2564 1978–1985 Air-cooled vee engines from 500 to 1,500 cc for Harley-Davidson
2584 1978–1985 Production-ready 800 cc V-4 for Harley Davidson
2590 1980–1981 Four-passenger electric car study with sodium-sulphur batteries
2603 1980–1984 Airliner cockpit layout for Airbus Industrie
2612 1986 Five-speed PDK transaxle for racing 962C
2612/01 1986 Lightened version of five-speed racing PDK
2614 1984 SAVE mobile medical assistance project for Technology Ministry (see 2539)
2616 1981–1985 1.2- and 1.5-liter four-cylinder engines for Seat, Spain
2620 1981–1984 Forklift truck designs for Linde
2623 1983–1987 1.5-liter turbocharged V-6 for TAG, known as TAG-P01
2640/2642 1983 Quiet-running motorcycle designs
2656 1981–1983 Porsche-powered VW Transporter/Vanagon "B32"
2696 1986 Porsche Experimental Prototype (PEP) test vehicle
2708 1985–1990 CART/Indy series car
2708/80 1985–1990 2.65-liter turbocharged V 8 engine for Type 2708
2747 1988 Proposed PFF (Porsche Vehicle Family)
2758 1990–1995 Mercedes 500E/E500 Assembly
2800 1990–1991 Studies of 3512-powered car for World Sportscar Championship
2804 1988 Four-cylinder engine derived from 2708 for PFF
2806 1988 Six-cylinder engine derived from 2708 for PFF
2808 1988 Eight-cylinder engine derived from 2708 for PFF
3200 1981 Marketing designation of Type 933 light aircraft engine
3512 1990–1991 3.5-liter V12 engine for Footwork Arrows Grand Prix cars
92A 2010 2nd generation of the Cayenne SUV
95B 2014 Macan SUV
9PA AE1 2002 Cayenne S V8 SUV
9PA AF1 2002 1st generation of the Cayenne Turbo V8 SUV
9Y0 2018 3rd generation of the Cayenne SUV
C88 1994 Porsche C88

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