Porsche 911 993 Carrera 2S, C4S and Turbo 4.
Porsche 993 Carrera 2S and Carrera 4S.
For 1996 a special version of the Carrera 4 was available - the C4S. This had the full Turbo chassis and suspension of the Turbo 4, including the wider Turbo body and Turbo type 18" wheels. Essentially this was a Turbo 993, minus the turbo motor. Optional was the fixed 'Turbo' rear spoiler (as seen in this pic of my 1997 993 C4S in Zenith blue) , most examples seem to have been ordered with the electric spoiler.
The Porsche 993 C2S was introduced in 1997 and perhaps was built to boost the sales of 993 prior to the new 996 arriving.
Again this Porsche had the Turbo wide body, a unique 'split' electric spoiler (see pic of a 1997 993 C2S I owned in black metallic, with 18" RS split rim wheels), but the regular 993 Carrera 2 chassis. 18" Turbo wheels were optional.
In this pic you can see the Carrera S script on the engine lid, the 'split' spoiler and the small spoiler mounted to the back end of the roof.
Porsche 993 Turbo 4.
Also know as the Bi-Turbo or Twin turbo. This superb piece of kit was introducedfor the 1995 series. The 3600 cc 993 Turbo 4 developed a maximum output of 408 bhp and features the same four-wheel-drive system of the regular Carrera 4.
With twin turbo chargers, bigger brakes, upgraded suspension, 18" alloys and the wider body these Turbo were, and continue to be a very special 911 for a very fortunate driver. Like all Porsche, this car is quite capable of being used every day in all ways, up to about 180mph - if you could afford it ($99,000 new in '95).
Visually the rear fenders are a little wider, the front PU has a more aggressive look and additional brake cooling vents and the Turbo has a fixed 'whale tale' rear spoiler (to accommodate the intercooler).
Inside these cars had most of the options Porsche could supply fitted as part of the 'standard' spec.
photo is a 1996 Porsche 993 Turbo 4.