The 993 Carrera 4 Coupe, sold between 1995 and 1997, along with its Cabriolet sibling, uses the same power-plant as the standard 993 Carrera, but puts power down to all four wheels to help with all-weather traction, and 6-speed manual transmission. A “Carrera 4” badge on the tail, along with silver-painted brake calipers and clear front and side turn signals, help distinguish the all-wheel drive C4 from the C2 sibling. Approximately 4,700 coupes were made until 1997. This example starts right up with no smoke or stumbling. All the electronics work correctly. The AC works appropriately (air cooled cars are not ice boxes with the AC on). Driving this car is very easy and drama free. The coil overs are high quality and glides along the pavement. An after market exhaust is fitted to this car and sounds delightful giving this flat 6 a raspy rowdy attitude. Being a first paint car, there are some rock chips and imperfections on the front of the car. Very common for a 911 that has been driven and enjoyed. Records present from the last owner who had this car for about 3 years.
- Introduction of the 993 generation of the Porsche 911.
- The all-wheel drive (Carrera 4) variant enhances traction and handling.
- The iconic air-cooled flat-six engine is known for its distinctive sound.
- Improved aerodynamics and suspension design.
- Redesigned exterior with smoother lines while maintaining classic 911 identity.