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Porsche 963

Porsche Penske Motorsport is getting ready to compete in the world's most prestigious endurance races with the reveal of its new LMDh-spec prototype, the 963. Inspired by the 956 and 962 race cars, the 963 is based on an LMP2-category chassis from Multimatic while Bosch, Williams Advanced Engineering, and Xtrac have been tasked to deliver the standard hybrid components. Those components work alongside a 4.6L biturbo V8, which is based on the engine used in the 918 Spyder. As for the design, the car's shape combines elements of their race cars from the 1980s while a light strip at the rear is a nod to the Porsches of today. 

The 963 will be available to customers during its first year of competition.

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