There are 911s both old and new on the Editor’s wish list. Here’s Lee’s top five most anticipated drives of 2016…
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There are still some neunelfers Josh hasn’t even sat in yet. Along with some exciting new releases, here are the five Porsche 911s he wants to drive in 2016.
You’ve had a chance to read Josh’s case for electrical assistance, but do you feel that Porsche should build a hybrid 911? Vote now in our latest poll.
With the rumours of a hybrid system on the next generation Porsche 911 growing, Josh isn’t worried by Zuffenhausen’s increasingly eco-friendly direction.
We’ve spent many hours watching videos about Porsches in 2015, from in-car footage at Pikes Peak to two Turbo icons with Magnus Walker. Here are our eight favourites.
Total 911’s Editor looks back on another fine year at the wheel of some scintillating Porsche 911s. Here’s his top five steers of 2015.
In issue 131, we took two very special Porsche 964s out on track for a scintillating head-to-head. Now, courtesy of Carrera Classic, you can watch the video…
A 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS, a 930 3.0 and Janis Joplin’s iconic 356C Cabriolet all found new homes at RM Sotheby’s ‘Driven by Disruption’ sale.
The final half of the FIA WEC season saw Porsche ram home its advantage in both LMP1 and GTE-Pro. Here’s how it wrapped up the titles…
A stellar year of endurance racing netted Porsche six world titles. Here’s how they fared in the first half of the 2015 season…
From our first drive of the new Porsche 911 Carrera to our 356 Speedster ultimate guide, issue 134 features a wealth of stunning Zuffenhausen metal both old and new.
In 1974 Porsche built its first impact bumper 911. More than 40 years on, Total 911 drives a show-stopping Carrera, first displayed at that year’s Earls Court Motor Show