5 – Porsche 917/30 Spyder (1973): 3 million
This model of course is easily recognizable, thanks to its livery, blue and yellow, as well as its logo “Die Hard”. This Porsche was regarded as the most powerful car of all time, thanks to its engine twelve-cylinder flat 5.4-liter engine, developing 1 200 horsepower. What do spinning at 385 km/h.
4 – Porsche 550 A Spyder (1953): 5.17 million of dollars
The 550 Spyder is illustrated in the very difficult test of the Targa Florio in 1956. It is powered by a small 4 cylinder flat 1.5-litre, but is able to hang the 240 km/h.
3 – Porsche GT1 Strassenversion (1998): 5,665 million
The 911 GT1 is a street version of the car that won the 24 hours of le Mans in 1998. Its flat six 3.2-litre engine develops 800 horsepower and allows it to reach 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds.
2 – Porsche 956 (1982): $ 10 million
This model of competition has also won the 24 hours of le Mans in 1983, and is passed through the hands of drivers legendary like Jacky Ickx or Derek Bell. Its traditional flat six adopts two turbos and develops 635 hp.
1 – Porsche 917 K (1970): $ 14 million
The winner is none other than the car that has accompanied Steve McQueen in the film le Mans in 1971,” but who also won the event in 1970: the 917 K. It is equipped with a 12 cylinder 5 litre engine.