If you’re a passionate Hot Wheels collector with a love for Porsches, you know that owning the best Porsche castings is an absolute must. Whether you’re a die-hard fan of the German automaker or just appreciate the iconic design and engineering of their cars, a Porsche Hot Wheels car is the perfect addition to any collection. In this post, we’ve put together a list of the best Hot Wheels Porsche castings available today, including some rare models and mainline castings that are easy to obtain. So buckle up and get ready to take a ride through some of the most sought-after and beloved Porsche Hot Wheels cars on the market! We also put together a list of our favorite Matchbox Porsche Castings.
RLC Exclusive 1986 Porsche 959
Super Treasure Hunts
Hot Wheels super treasure hunts, often abbreviated as STH or referred to as “soup,” are highly sought-after versions of mainline castings. These special editions of Hot Wheels cars are produced in limited quantities and feature unique designs and features that distinguish them from their standard counterparts. One of the key differences is the use of real rider rubber tires. In addition, STHs typically come in a unique color or with additional details that make them stand out from the rest. For avid collectors, finding a Hot Wheels super treasure hunt is like hitting the jackpot, as they are highly valued and prized additions to any collection. Here are all of the STH Porsche Castings available at this time.
Porsche 356 Outlaw
We’ll start with a classic, The Porsche 356 Outlaw! This super treasure hunt was able to be found in the 2021 J case of Hot Wheels.
Easily one of our favorite Hot Wheels Porsche, and up there on the list of our favorite Hot Wheels ever made! The 934.5 was manufactured in 1977 and was a blend of the 934 and the 935. The Hot Wheels Porsche 934.5 was able to be found in stores in 2018.
Porsche 911 gT3 RS
This beautiful purple people eater is one of the most sought-after Hot Wheels Porsche castings available. This super treasure hunt was released in 2019 and is one of Porsche’s flagship cars, the 911.
Porsche 918 Spyder
The Porsche 918 Spyder is a hybrid sports car produced between 2013 and 2015. This mid-engine plug-in hybrid has a top speed of 214 mph and can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 2.2 seconds. It features a 4.6-liter V8 engine and two electric motors, delivering a combined output of 887 horsepower. In addition to its impressive performance, the 918 Spyder has also been praised for its sleek design and advanced technology. The Hot Wheels Super Treasure Hunt Porsche 918 is a highly sought-after model among collectors. It was released as part of the 2020 D Case Hot Wheels mainline collection and has become a prized addition to many Hot Wheels collections making it one of the most popular Porsches Hot Wheels has ever released.
Porsche 935 sporting the 75th-anniversary livery coming from the 2020 super treasure hunt line.
Premium Hot Wheels Porsche Castings
Premium Hot Wheels sets are a step up from the standard mainline castings, with more attention to detail and higher-quality materials. They typically feature more complex designs and premium features such as real rider rubber tires, metal bases, and detailed interiors. For Porsche enthusiasts, premium sets often include special editions of iconic Porsche models, such as the 911, 918 Spyder, and Carrera GT. These Porsche-specific castings often feature unique colors, designs, and special features that make them stand out from the standard mainline castings.
Hot Wheels Porsche 935
From the Car Culture Silhouettes set we have a beautiful 1978 Porsche 935 in a gorgeous white color with light blue accents and blue wheels. This Porsche was number 3 of 5 in this car culture set released in October 2018
Porsche 911 – Car Culture Speed Machines
The Speed Machines 911 came from the 2023 A case boasting a bright blue paint job with black and white accents and the number 60 on the side of the car. Speed machines are very unique for the fact that they are premium Hot Wheels castings but they do not come with real rider wheels. Instead, these speed machines are built for the track. They still have the all-metal base for extra weight but roll on high-quality 2-piece-looking plastic wheels and tires. The chase car of this set was also the 911 GT3 and has the signature all-black chase appearance.
RWB Porsche 930
Nothing screams Porsche race car quite like this all-black casting. Hot Wheels really outdid themselves when putting together this RWB version of the iconic Porsche 930. An all-blacked-out paint job with gold RWB accents is a color scheme that is hard to beat both in the 1:64 scale diecast world and with real full-scale cars. This Hot Wheels Porsche 930 was released in the 2019 Hot Wheels Car Culture Silhouettes set.
Forza Horizon 4 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Deutchland Design Porsche 911 GT3 RS
This clean casting rocking black wheels and a baby blue paint job was released in 2020 as part of the Car Culture Deutschland Design sets. Personally, this was one of the first premium Hot Wheels Porsche castings I purchased when I started collecting. Soon after I bought a second and wheels swapped some FTE wheels onto the car to make it a heavy-weight track monster. This is still one of my favorite Porsche castings to date.
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
From the 2023 Fast and Furious Hot Wheels set came this immaculate Hot Wheels Porsche 718 GT4. While the 911 is Porsches flagship car we are starting to see a bit more of the 911s baby brother, the 718 Cayman pop up in the Hot Wheels world!
Mainline Hot Wheels Porsche castings
Just because a Hot Wheels mainline Porsche is only $1 doesn’t mean they aren’t extremely beautiful and popular castings. However, there are a lot of these in this category so we are just going to summarize our favorite mainline Hot Wheels Porsche castings, starting with our personal favorite.
Porsche 911 GT3 in Matte Black
Hands down the most sexy Porsche mainline is the matte black 911 GT3 that came out of the Q case for 2022. This thing is flawless and just screams “Add me to your collection”! This casting is based on the Porsche 992 GT3 which is one of the most technologically advanced 911s put into production.
Porsche Carrera GT FTE
The 2006 Hot Wheels casting of the Porsche Carrera GT FTE is a sought-after model among not only collectors but diecast racing enthusiasts. The FTE designation means that it is part of the Faster Than Ever series, which was introduced in 2005 and featured cars with nickel-plated axles for improved speed and performance. The Porsche Carrera GT FTE is a sleek and stylish model that captures the essence of the iconic sports car. With its combination of speed, style, and collectibility, the Porsche Carrera GT FTE is a must-have for any serious Hot Wheels collector.
1996 Porsche Carrera
This is one of my favorite all-time Porsche castings and that is why I included it in this list. It’s not the fanciest Hot Wheels Porsche or the most detailed, instead, I adore it due to its clean lines and simplicity. I fell in love with this casting after racing it in our first-ever Porsche Cup Tournament over at our Youtube channel. The 1996 911 Carrera is classified as a 993 and was the last model of the 911 that was air-cooled making it one of the most popular collector cars amongst Porsche lovers. My personal favorite livery was produced in 2021 as part of the HW Dream Garage series and featured beige and light orange decals down the side of the car and on the hood (pictured below).