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Wheels. They make or break the entire look of a car, don’t they. Fortunately, Porsche has provided us with a glittering array of beautiful wheel designs sitting beneath its 911 sports cars for decades now.
Testing of the next-generation Porsche 992 has been well underway for the Carrera and Carrera S programme for months now, yet Total 911 spies have today for the first time captured the 992 Turbo in early test guise.
Save the date, for Sunday April 2 sees the second instalment of Total 911’s ‘Neunelfer’ cars & coffee return to Porsche Centre Portsmouth.
The room before us is utterly cavernous in its layout. Tall, wide and stretching back almost as far as the eye can see, the vast space is filled with row upon row of pristine Porsche metal, some hidden under soft cloth covers, others fully exposed. Major gangways dictate a sensible path in which to walk and, following it, we soon come to an opening that leads into another room stacked to the ceiling – literally – with yet more Porsche vehicles.
We knew all along Porsche’s latest GT3 was going to remain free of turbochargers, August Achleitner confirming this to Total 911 way back in 2015.
Cotswolds-based Porsche specialist, 911 Rennsport, is hosting an open day for all fans of the Neunelfer on Sunday 12th March 2017.
140 miles of S curves and elevation changes. Truly a remarkable stretch of road that will be etched in your mind forever.
Rejoice, Neunelfer devotees: the world’s only magazine dedicated to the Porsche 911 has reached its landmark 150th issue!
Our spies have spotted a series of test mules for Porsche’s 8th generation 911 out winter testing – and, for the first time, they’re bereft of any significant camouflage.
Now in its third incarnation on a 911, the GTS range is firmly established as a highly specified badge above the Carrera S models.
In our current issue 149 we explored the divisive underworld of Porsches that have been remastered into an RWB.
2016 was undoubtedly the year of the R, Porsche’s 500hp 991 also throwing the original 911R firmly back into the spotlight.
Porsche insiders have finally confirmed to Total911.com the arrival of the next-generation Widowmaker.
Let’s face it, the used 911 marketplace is a complicated and often bewildering prospect, punctuated by the basic rules of supply and demand with a number of factors, from international currency fluctuations to occasional speculators, all thrown into the mix.
Nobody can accuse Porsche of not exploiting an opportunity, the Gen2 Porsche 991 GTS arriving less than 18 months after the standard 911 Carrera range adopted the 9A2 turbocharged 3.0-litre flat six engine. The third iteration of the Porsche 911 GTS follows that of its illustrious predecessors, its role to bridge the void between the Carrera S and the GT department’s GT3 and GT3 RS models.
As I mentioned last week, 2016 was a very good year for bringing you a very high calibre of Porsche 911s in Total 911 magazine.
The Porsche 911 R is the most talked-about Neunelfer in years and, for our money, the 911 of the decade.
2016 was the year that the outgoing 991 RSR struggled on the international stage, failing to defend its FIA World Endurance Championship and United SportsCar Championship crowns.
If you thought 2016 was a good year for new Porsche 911s, you’ve seen nothing yet. Next year is set to provide a bumper crop of new Neunelfers, bolstering the 991 line-up across the board.
“It’s a 1993 993 Turbo,” I was told over the phone. For a second, that crucial year of production didn’t register as erroneous.