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With the introduction of the $50K Porsche 961 Coupe and the $100K Porsche 911 Turbo, Porsche is offering buyers a rare treat in the form of a car that has been built and maintained for generations by a car shop in China.
The new Porsche 951 is built by the prestigious Autotec Engineering Company in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the company has been building the car for decades.
While the 951 will not be available in North America until later this year, it has already received a global rollout, with dealers selling out in the past month, according to The Washington Post.
The Porsche 941, for example, sold out on April 7 for $62,400.
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The $5K Porsche has also been offered to buyers in Australia, Australia, Canada, China, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey, and United Kingdom.
“We have done a lot of research in order to find the perfect way to make it affordable,” said Paul Zollner, president of Autotech Engineering.
“It’s been a tough market to enter.”
The 941 was built in 1986, and it was first introduced in the late 1990s as the successor to the 964, which debuted in 2004.
It was sold to the German automaker in 2006 for $35,000.
The 961 and 992 were also produced in the 1990s.
The 961 was the first 961 to be sold in North American in the mid-2000s, and its $5 million price tag was nearly double that of the previous-generation Porsche 959.
The car’s price tag is $5.5 million less than the Porsche 996, which was built for $37,500.
The pricing of the new Porsche is not expected to be released until next year.