Way back in 1965 Porsche AG introduced the 911 ‘Targa’, which was slightly different compared to the conventional convertible top. At that time, the Department of highway safety was considering a ban on convertible vehicles due to occupant’s safety in the case of a rollover. Porsche set out to create essentially a coupe with a removable roof. It encompasses a rear glass connected to a metal Targa band, thus creating a sturdy wind-deflecting fixture. It was a revolutionary concept that set a trend throughout the automotive world, the likes of Ferrari and Pontiac amongst many others began offering Targa top options to their flagship models.