There's a sole trim of the Porsche Sport Classic and its specs are similar to the 911 Turbo trim level only in terms of the engine used - a 3.7-liter twin-turbocharged horizontally opposed six-cylinder, here with specifications of 543 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque - down 29 hp and 111 lb-ft on the 911 Turbo. The rest of the drivetrain is all different, with the Sport Classic coming only in a RWD configuration and with a seven-speed manual gearbox.
Hardware inherited from the Turbo S includes rear-axle steering, sport suspension, PDCC, and dynamic engine mounts. Standard features include push-button start, dual-zone climate control, heated 18-way power sport seats, semi-aniline leather and Pepita seats, and an infotainment system with a 10.9-inch touchscreen, wireless phone mirroring, navigation, and a 12-speaker Bose premium audio system. The only notable standard driver assists are forward-collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and front and rear parking sensors, but options include a surround-view camera, night vision, lane-keep and -change assist, and traffic-sign recognition. No package selections are offered, only a list of standalone extras.
No additional packages are offered, just a list of standalone options. Some of the most notable ones of many are power-folding mirrors ($370), speed-sensitive Power Steering Plus ($280), lightweight glass ($1,250), a surround-view monitor ($1,430), night vision ($2,540), lane-change assist ($1,060), lane-keep assist with traffic-sign recognition ($1,220), ventilated front seats ($840), and a Burmester premium audio system with 13 speakers ($3,980).