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Porsche 542
Overview
ManufacturerPorsche
Also calledStudebaker Z-87
Body and chassis
ClassConcept car
Body stylesedan
Layoutfront engine, rear wheel drive
Powertrain
Engine120 degree V6 at 2 liters[1]

Porsche 542 or Studebaker Z-87 was a prototype made by Porsche for Studebaker in 1953.[2][3][4] The first prototype Porsche 530, a four seat version of the Porsche 356, was rejected.[1] The new prototype got a different engine, a 120 degree V6 at two litres.[1] Two versions were developed, one aircooled 542L and one watercooled 542W. After testing, the water cooled engine was judged more practical and gave slightly better performance, 105 hp.[1] It was a sedan with individual suspension.[1] The finished car and engines was due to have shipped over to Studebaker in 1953 or early 1954, but by then Studebaker was occupied with saving the company and it was only after the merger with Packard in 1956 they got around to have a look. But the design that was modern in 1953 was dated in 1956. John DeLorean evaluated the car and judged that it no longer filled any purpose and would not appeal to US car buyers.[1][5][6][7][8]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Carlsson, Mårten. "Studebaker på tyska". Klassiker (2 July 2019).
  2. ^ "Porsche's secret Studebaker". Motor Week (8.7.1974).
  3. ^ Ludvigsen, K. "A Studebaker by Porsche". Special-Interest Autos (Sep-Oct 1974).
  4. ^ "Porsche's Four-Door Sedan - For Studebaker". Hemming’s sport’s and exotic car magazine (09/2007).
  5. ^ Porsche. "The Rear-Engined Studebaker With the Heart of a Porsche". Motor1.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  6. ^ "Axed! Cars that never reached the showroom | Autocar". www.autocar.co.uk. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  7. ^ Streather, Adrian (2008-05-15). Porsche 996 The Essential Companion: Supreme Porsche. Veloce Publishing Ltd. ISBN 9781845840969.
  8. ^ Leffingwell, Randy (2013-10-20). Porsche 911: 50 Years. Motorbooks. ISBN 9780760344019.
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