<p>The flat-six was bumped up to 2.7 liters from 2.0 liters for the RS, part of the reason being that the RS needed to meet motorsport homologation requirements for FIA Group 4 class racing. It made 210 bhp and had mechanical fuel injection and the famed ducktail spoiler.  The name "Carrera" came from the Carrera Panamericana Race in Mexico during the early 1950s.</p>

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