A look at the Porsche 944.
Porsche’s 944. It was front-engined. It had in-line four-cylinder power. How 911 owners hated it. In the fullness of time though, it turned out to be a great little entry-level performance car, especially due to its front-engine, transaxle layout – which equated to near perfect 50/50 static weight distribution. Now, nearly two decades after the last 944s were built, you can revitalise them with a very interesting styling package from Europe’s lowlands… – From Wheels24
Alex has written for Vanity Fair, Barrons, Bloomberg and Condé Nast Traveler.