Total 911 issue 144 now on sale

“Why £100,000?” That will undoubtedly be your first question when you see our six-figure superstars on the cover of Total 911 issue 144. The answer is two-fold.

It’s quite easy to spec a new 991.2 Carrera to £100,000 with a few options, so we wanted to investigate the similarly priced alternatives and a six-figure budget opens up one of the largest (and most diverse) selections of old and new Porsche 911s around.

From a pre-impact bumper 911E to a top of the range 991 Carrera GTS, £100,000 has the potential to satisfy pretty much every type of prospective Porsche buyer. We got behind the wheel of all our options to see which six-figure superstar offers the best bang for your buck.

930 3.0 v 3.3

The Porsche 930 also takes a staring roll in issue 144 with the first and last iterations of Zuffenhausen’s classic 911 Turbo going head-to-head in a battle of the 3.0-litre versus a G50-equipped 930 3.3.

We get behind the wheel of a 911R homage too. Based originally on a 912, a flat six has been swapped in under the decklid and a full rebuild has turned the car into a celebration of Porsche’s record-breaking run at Monza in 1967.

If you prefer a more modern flavour of Neunelfer, Lee gets behind the wheel of the latest 991.2 Carrera 2S and 4S to see if the now faster four-wheel drive package can provide more thrills than its rear-wheel drive counterpart.

To read all of this and much, much more, pick up Total 911 issue 143 in store today. Alternatively, order your copy online for home delivery, or download it straight to your digital device now.


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