El 911 Turbo se empezó a fabricar en 1975 con el propósito de conseguir la homologación para participar en la temporada de 1976. Pese a eso, el Turbo se hizo muy popular entre los amantes de la gasolina.
Ernst Fuhrmann and Hans Mezger adapted the turbo technology to the 3.0 litre flat-six from the Carrera RS 3.0 - creating what Porsche internally dubbed as the 930 - using a single KKK turbocharger.
Total output from the first engine was 256 hp at 5,500 rpm. To ensure that the platform could make the most of the higher power, a revised suspension, larger brakes, a sturdier 4-speed gearbox, wider rear track with flared wheel arches and the mythical "whale tail", all became part of the package.
The 930 proved very fast but also a handful to drive, so the terms “snap oversteer” and “widow maker” quickly became common when describing it and are forever connected to the original Turbo.
But one of the most iconic features of the 930 package is the exclusive Tartan seats that became the inspiration for this 930 Special Edition pack.