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Porsche will give four world premieres to new models at the Frankfurt, with the 911 Turbo, the limited-edition 911 Sport Classic, the 911 GT3 RS and the GT3 RS's motorsport alter ego - the 911 GT3 Cup - making world debuts.
The Frankfurt Auto Show also sees the European introduction of the Panamera Gran Turismo.
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After a six months to forget, where it was essentially brought under the auspices of long-time partner and rival Volkswagen, Porsche will be focussing on the metal on display.
The German manufacturer says the next-generation 911 Turbo is the most dynamic high-performance sports car in its class, as well as the most fuel efficient.
The 911 Sport Classic, recognisable due to its fixed rear ducktail spoiler, evoking the 1973 Carrera RS 2.7, and distinctive double-dome roof.
The Frankfurt Show runs from 17 September to 27 September.