Issue 64 is now available!


Here are just some of the highlights:

Centurion 911

In a world exclusive, we reveal a very special limited edition 911 made for American Express Centurion cardholders. It’s very rare, very black and very beautiful.

Classic 911 meets 993 power

We head to California to drive a stunningly good-looking early 911 that’s been treated to a 993 engine and gallons of orange paint. Nice.

Porsche 993 Turbo vs Ferrari F355

After our shock result last issue, will the Porsche beat the Italian stallion this time round?

Four father

We visit Melbourne in Australia to track down the first-ever four-wheel drive 911. The 953 prototype that led to the development of the Carrera 4.

Winging it

Ever wonder why 911s have rear wings? Or are they rear spoilers? We look back at the development of 911 aerodynamics to explain why. And we reveal the difference between a wing and a spoiler.


We drive a stunning 997 Speedster

930 Flatnose put through its paces

Porsche 911s and British prime ministers. No, really…

Why the 996 was such an important Porsche

And much, much more…

Read Total 911 on the iPhone and iPad!

Apple’s iPad is a great platform for reading magazines.

And that’s why Total 911 is one of the world’s first magazines – and certainly the first Porsche magazine – to be available on the iPad and iPhone.

What’s more, you don’t have to wait for an iPad to enjoy Total 911 digitally. You can download the app to your iPhone or iPod Touch today and enjoy the benefits. And when you get your iPad you simply transfer the app to it to see your favourite Porsche magazine on the glorious big screen.

You can flick through the pages, zoom in, bookmark favourites and share features with your friends. It’s also a great way of carrying a number of issues with you.

We’ve lots of plans to add extra value features to the electronic edition of Total 911. Don’t worry, though – the high-quality print version will continue!

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