1969 Porsche 911



Fuel Injection arrived for the 911S and for a new middle model, 911E.

In 1969 The wheelbase for all 911 and 912 models increased from 87.0 to 89.3 in, this helped the handing of the 911 when drivers would drive at the 911's limit creating more confidence between driver and car.

The overall length of the car did not increase the rear wheels were relocated for a longer wheelbase and better handling.

Fuel Injection arrived for the 911S and for a new middle model, 911E.

Production Numbers

911E Coupe 1,304
911E K-Coupe 667
911E Targa 933
911T Coupe 2,418
911T K-Coupe 4,126
911T Targa 2,545
Total Production 11,993

Performance Specs

Engine Size Carb. HP Torque 0 to 60 Quarter mile
911L 2.0L 2 Weber40 IDA 130 at 6100 rpm 128 lb-ft at 4600 10.0 Sec 17.2 Sec


  • 5-Speed Manual
  • 4-Speed Sportmatic

Paint & Colors


Slate Gray
Polo Red
Ossi Blue
Light Ivory
Bahama Yellow
Irish Green
Burgundy Red



OEM Brochures

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