The Porsche 956 was a legendary Le Mans race car which was introduced in 1983. This particular model, the Rothmans Coupe, was one of the most iconic of its time. It was an exceptionally fast car, fitted with a 3.2-liter naturally aspirated flat-six engine that produced 517 hp and had an impressive top speed of nearly 210 mph. This power, combined with Porsches advanced aerodynamic design, contributed to the cars agility and performance. The 956 was designed with a low-slung wedge shape and featured an aluminum honeycomb monocoque which kept the weight to just 2290 lbs. The car was bestowed with other improvements such as a revised aerodynamic package, uprated brakes, a limited slip differential, and a six-speed transmission. The car was branded with the iconic Rothmans colors and stood out brightly when driven on track. In 1983, the Porsche 956 Rothmans Coupe not only won the 24 Hours of Le Mans, but also finished one-two in the race. It went on to become a legend and icon of racing, and an example of great German engineering and design. Even today, the Porsche 956 Rothmans Coupe remains one of the most revered and iconic classic race cars.
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