Video: the Porsche with wings-wild

Porsche continues treating us in the eyes pieces of video in the form ranking Top 5. After passing through the best of sound and cars of street more rare; now comes the turn of the spoilers wildest of the German firm.

Mixing models of production and competition, the Stuttgart make us a sample of their various spoilers in the rear and aerodynamic coefficients of each model as well as the small historical overview and technological advancement that has been developed over the years.

The winner of this ranking is the Porsche 935 Moby Dick, a model developed specifically to compete in the 24h Le Mans 1978 based on the 935 (which in turn is based on the 930 Turbo street). A power between 750 and 850 HP and 366 km/h tip speed with a trabajadísima aerodynamics starring in great part by the peculiar whale tail which squeezed at the maximum the regulations of the FIA.

The second position is for the Porsche Panamera Turbo, and as it could not be less your futuristic rear spoiler, as if Transformer it were, not only opens but is displayed to increase its width and therefore grip at high speeds.


In the third place, the Porsche 911 RS 2.7 repeat appearance in the video thanks to your “duck tail” while, occupying the fourth place we find the Porsche 959 that had to be homologated street by the requirements of the FIA in order to compete in the Group B, and left us as a legacy of its peculiar and aerodynamic rear spoiler integrated into the bodywork which gave an aerodynamic coefficient of 0,31.


And last, but not least, the Porsche Cayman GT4, a model relatively current that stands out to be an aggressive version trackday of the two-seater sports from which it stems and which, between their improvements and fine tuning include an spoiler fixed oversized size made of fiber and aluminum that keeps the car glued to the asphalt.