The Sport Classic is a limited-production model with design cues from classic Porsche 911 models such as "Fuchs" style 19" wheels, a woven leather interior and ducktail spoiler in combination with a double-dome roof akin to the Carrera GT. It also came with an engine output raised to 408 hp and a wider rear track.
The Sport Classic was built in a production run of 250 units in 2010.
This one is a little goofy. It costs as much as a 911 GT2 but does not offer the same speed or horsepower. It is essentially a warmed-over, limited-edition Carrera S, one with a ducktail spoiler, Carrera 4 rear bodywork, a double-bubble roof, and a few minor engine modifications. But we like it. It has a ducktail. A ducktail, people. Seriously.
All Porsche 911’s are special cars built with care and the utmost attention to detail. The Sport Classic however is the cream of the 911 crop. Just 250 were made and each one includes styling cues from the quintessential models of the past and an ultimately personalized approach. Right off the bat you’ll notice the ducktail rear spoiler taken from the 73’ 911 Carrera RS, the wide body rear arches from the Carrera 4, and the double-dome roofline behooving the Carrera GT. Under the hood you will find… ample storage space of course, but under the decklid is a naturally aspirated 3.8-liter boxer making better than 400 horsepower. The Sport Classic’s rear end is 1.73 inches wider, providing substantially improved lateral grip. All this and numerous other customizations are all put together by Porsche Exclusive, a factory specialist group whose sole purpose is personalization. Needless to say, this car is cast for a small audience; thankfully Forza 4 gives us all a chance to experience it.