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The covers are pulled off and the crowd falls into a stunned silence. Gone are the circular headlights that had survived since the Porsche 911’s genesis in 1963, replaced by some curved units that share more than a passing resemblance to a pair of fried eggs.
While the 991 Turbo and GT3 may be the first Porsches to feature active rear wheel steering, neither model is the first to try and control the direction of the rear axle under load.
The pre-impact bumper generation are revered as the purest era of Porsche 911, their silhouette unsullied by the unsightly ‘concertina’ bumpers of post-1974 and their driving dynamics unspoilt by the numerous electronic aids seen today.
In the wonderful county of Møre og Romsdal we have this amazing, picturesque route that takes you on winding roads next to the seaside and over vast mountains.
These are the 911Ss. For six years they topped the 911 range; the fastest, the most luxurious, the most expensive.
If you’re the sort of person who buys a Porsche 911 and immediately thinks about modifying (and not everyone does) then changing the wheels are probably high on your list of priorities.
Silverstone Auctions are hosting their final sale of the year this weekend and, among the 119 cars for sale across the two-day auction, there are five air-cooled Porsche 911s that have caught our eye (and no doubt one or two collectors too).
Every dog has its day, but when it comes to racing cars, technology is always moving forward, rendering equipment uncompetitive after a just a few years.
Last month, we asked for you to vote for the greatest Porsche 911 racing car ever built. Now, with the results counted and published in issue 120 (now on sale in store, online and to download) here are the top six track weapons from Weissach, as voted for by you: 6) Porsche 991 RSR The latest iteration of the Porsche 911 to wear the fabled ‘RSR’ tag, the Porsche 991 RSR is currently the fastest 911 around.
With a new issue launching on Wednesday, we were spoilt for photographical choices this week. However, we narrowed it down to four stunning wallpapers that sum up our week.
Porsche first experimented with passive steering of the rear wheels on the 928, developing the clever toe-compensation ‘Weissach steering’ suspension setup.
Last week, we brought you the video from the ‘Luftgekühlt’ meeting from Los Angeles. The sun-soaked pavement outside of Deus Ex Machina’s Venice Beach shop combined with the excellent array of air-cooled Porsche machinery had us wanting to head Stateside to soak up the varied 911 culture on offer.
Like many modern, second-hand 911s, prices of the 997 base models have been falling ever since they left an OPC forecourt.
We’ve had 51 years of brilliant 911s leaving the Werk II factory at Zuffenhausen, but which generation is the greatest?
You may have already seen the stars of issue 120 but, while the Porsche 911S trio steal the show in the latest Total 911 issue, there is a whole host of other mouth-watering Porsche metal to sink your teeth into, as these ten photos show.
Forget the 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS, the venerable 911S is the original Porsche 911 icon, combining a heady mix of speed and comfort.
For one evening every year, the Porsche Museum is packed out with an expectant audience who enjoy a theatre show like no other.
The idea of a lightweight Porsche 911 is almost as old as the iconic flat-six sports car itself. In 1967, as the era of short-wheelbase 911s drew to a close, Zuffenhuasen created the 911R.
Earl Bamber has secured the 2014 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup title after seeing off the challenge of closest challenger, Kuba Giermaziak in the season finale at Circuit of The Americas.
Porsche leapt back into the reckoning for the 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship title with a one-two finish for the factory Porsche 911 RSRs at this weekend’s Six Hours of Shanghai.