The Porsche 910, also called the Carrera 10, was a racing car produced between 1966 and 1967. Its predecessor was the Porsche 906 and successor was the Porsche 907. Only 29 examples were produced in total. It was rear-wheel drive and had the engine mounted in the middle. A single central nut was used to mount the tyres, which made it unsuitable for road use, but again saved time in the pits.

The car was available with a flat-six 2-liter 6-cylinder engine with 200 horsepower (149 kW) or 220 horsepower (164 kW), a 2.2-liter 6-cylinder engine with 270 horsepower (201 kW), or a 2-liter 8-cylinder engine with 275 horsepower (205 kW). The Porsche 910’s main rivals were the Ferrari Dino 206P, the Ford GT40 and the Ferrari. The 910 was raced by the  factory for about one year, during which time it won several awards, e.g. in Nürburgring 1000 km 1. to 4. place.