Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Maserati too decided it best to comply with the sub-2 liter rule if they wanted to continue casting their net into a sea of vanishing sport car enthusiasts. Lamborghini produced the 1,994cc V8 Urraco P200, Ferrari threw in their version with a 1,991cc V8 208 even Turbocharging one version, and Maserati brought up the rear with Quasi-French 1,999cc V6 Merak. incidentally, Ferrari would go on record in producing the world's smallest capacity V8 ever offered in a production car.
by 1984, Zuffenhausen thought the 931 should go out with a low-key pop by creating 88 units (some claim 86) beginning with serial number WP0ZZZ93ZEN100001 all in Zermatt silver with a very smart set of seating cover in a lovely NC3 anthracite leatherette/cloth with "Porsche" scripted in burgundy.
if you're vacationing on the Amalfi coast, or on a trek to the fountain of youth in Margherita di Savoia, you should make it your business to seek out the last of these legendary little bricks because as far as rare and desirable 924s this side of the Carrera GT goes, it doesn't get any better.