Issue 58 is on sale now

The latest issue of Total 911 is available now and is packed full of the best Porsche features …

Chrome 996 Turbo S
It’s wild, it’s bright and it’s unmissable. Read about one man’s mission to create a Porsche that will out-attract a Lamborghini, and how it’s turned into a mixed blessing for him.

New 997 Turbo – first UK drive
The latest 997 Turbo has landed in the UK and we’ve driven it – in PDK, manual and Cabriolet forms. The best has just got better.

Automatic 911s profiled
A 911 with an automatic gearbox – it may have been sacrilege once but now PDK accounts for 80 percent of 911 Turbo sales

All this plus…
996 GT3 RS revisited
RSR down-under
Driving Porsche’s classic German test route.
The teenager who’s built two Porsche 911s.
Your top five 911s revealed.
Porsche’s Exclusive department.
Details on every 911 ever.
And much, much more.

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Massive reductions in our January Sale- whilst stocks last!!

The Imagine Publishing eShop is currently slashing all prices on stock for January, with reductions of up to 50 per cent across the entire range of bookazines and eMags. The store can be accessed atwww.imagineshop.co.uk. All Total 911 products have been reduced by 10%. The Total 911 binder and Porsche 911- Celebration of a Legend bookazine are now £8.98 each and our must have Total 911 eMag is now only £17.99. Purchase yours now today whilst stocks last!!

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Comments (2)

  • j reithinger

    Ref. Issue 58.
    Page 15

    “Affordable Ceramics”

    This article seems a bit misleading, as heading would suggest ceramic discs on offer, when in fact they are just high carbon content cast iron- or am I missing something?

  • Fair point. It’s an affordable alternative to ceramic discs.