The Porsche 917 Le Mans Coupe 1970 is one of the most iconic race cars in history. It was built for racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, winning each of the three years it competed. A light and aerodynamic vehicle, it was one of the first true supercars produced. This powerhouse of a vehicle houses a 4.9 liter flat-12 engine that produces 550 horsepower and was capable of reaching speeds of over 200 mph. It featured an aluminum monocoque chassis that was lightweight yet effective in reducing weight, an independent suspension system with double coilovers on each corner for superior road handling, radial tires for improved traction and braking, and a few driving aids such as air-cooled disc brakes and a five speed manual transmission that could transmit overwhelming power to the ground. The design of the car was revolutionary, with a low, sleek profile and large rear wing that improved downforce and stability while cornering. It had two headlights glimmering behind two large air intakes, giving the appearance of the eyes of a predator. The interior was similarly impressive it contained a sophisticated instrumentation panel with a rev counter, speedometer and tachometer all integrated into one unit, as well as a five-point safety harness to keep the driver secure. The Porsche 917 Le Mans Coupe 1970 was a marvel of engineering and design, producing remarkable performances and dominating the competition. It was a powerful and beautiful machine that left its mark on the history of motorsport, forever inspiring future automobiles.
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