Yellow Bird aside, RUF has always been a quiet, enigmatic manufacturer, loved by its discerning customers. Total 911 assesses the merit of what is surely the most legendary Porsche tuner of all time
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Porsche’s 993 is revered as the last bastion of the air-cooled Neunelfer, while its divisive replacement remains comfortably the cheapest 911 you can buy. Whisper it, but could the 996 be the better sports car?
The Isle of Man TT course offers one of the world’s best driving roads, so what better way to tackle it than in Porsche’s superlative naturally aspirated Rennsport?
After a recent replenishment of brake pads, discs and tyres, Lee delivers a verdict on how his 996’s new parts are stacking up
Before the 20 original 911Rs were made, Porsche assembled four prototypes. Total 911 uncovers the story of R4, documenting its 50-year journey from Germany to the US via France
Total 911’s annual road trip pilgrimage this time sees the modern-day interpretation of the 911 T, E and S do battle in the Peak District – but which new Neunelfer represents the best value for money?
He’s back, but this time the Urban Outlaw has found himself at the wheel of a ‘ghost’ 3.2 Carrera…
We’ve driven the new 991 GT2 RS on English roads – here’s our definitive verdict.
Soaring 996 Turbo values begs the question: is the 997 Turbo worth the extra £10,000? Total 911 has the answer…
The first big expenditure on Lee’s 996 C4S comes in the form of brakes and tyres all round. But which products to use, and who to fit them?
£2 million face-off: how does the super-rare M471 competition car differ to Porsche’s first road Rennsport?
991.2 special edition built to celebrate Le Mans success of Attwood, Bell and Tandy