Total 911 issue 115 on sale now

Issue 115, the latest issue of Total 911 is available to buy now and it’s definitely one not to miss, featuring the head to head test of two £150,000 Porsche 911 Turbo S models: the latest 991, and the last of the air-cooled cars, the 993.

As Lee found out in issue 109, the latest Turbo is an incredibly accomplished supercar, packing 520hp and a wealth of technical wizardry designed to make it fast through sweeping country roads as well as the Autobahn

With an extra 40hp of punch, carbon ceramic brakes, and even more electronic gadgets to help the driver, the new Porsche 911 Turbo S is, technological, the greatest 911 ever to roll of the Zuffenhausen production line.

Porsche 991 Turbo S
The 991 Turbo S’s performance always excites, but is it too accomplished?

Yet, is it too good? At £150,000, there is another choice and it is arguably the antithesis of the 991. Step forward the 993 Turbo S, the very last of the air-cooled generation, and the last of the hand-built Porsche supercars, this is one of the ultimate analogue sports cars. But, can it match the 991?

You can find out inside Total 911 issue 115, along with our in depth interview with ex-F1 star, and Porsche FIA WEC driver, Mark Webber, as well as our time up close and personal with the ultimate Rennsport 911: the 997 GT3 RS 4.0.

For all this and more (including a 3.2 Carrera Euro road trip, and the first 3.0 Carrera RSR profiled) pick up your copy in store now. Alternatively, you can purchase online at the Imagine Shop, or download straight to your device via Great Digital Mags now. Enjoy.

Porsche 997 GT3 RS 4.0
Already a modern icon, we get under the skin of the ultimate Rennsport 911.

Comments (0)