It was succeeded by the 1965-69 Porsche 912, with a light-alloy 1,582cc engine, still a flat-four. A year earlier, the famous ohc flat-six 1,991cc Porsche 911 had made its debut, available from 1969 onwards with larger power units, of which the ultimate development was a 2,993cc unit.
From 1972-75, the Carrera was available, with a 2,687cc flat-six developing 260 bhp. It was concurrent with the 1969-75 mid-engined Porsche 914, available with fours of 1,795cc and 1,971cc or the 1,991cc six.
The 1979 Porsche range consisted of the front engined 924, with an in-line water cooled, four cylinder engine of 1,984cc, the rear-engined 911SC, with the 2,993cc flat-six in 180 bhp form, the 911 Turbo, with a 3,299cc six equipped with Bosch K jetronic fuel-injection, and the front-engined 928, with a 4,474cc V-8 power unit.