Total 911 issue 59 is out now!


The new issue of Total 911 is available now and we’re very excited by it. Here are just some of the highlights:

How to buy your first 911

Buying a 911 can be confusing for the newcomer, which is why we’ve produced the Complete Guide to Your First 911.

Packed with valuable information, the guide takes you through the thought processes involved in choosing a 911 and suggests five ideal first 911s.

Don’t buy a 911 without reading it! There’s also plenty of information which even seasoned 911 owners will enjoy.

North Wales in a 997 Carrera 4S

It seemed like a good idea, exploring the wilds of north Wales and the limits of a new Carrera 4S. Trouble was, the weather had other ideas. We still managed to have fun, though.

RS in spirit

There’s nothing new about RS replicas but that didn’t stop us taking a trio of them across the Yorkshire Moors to find out why people continue to strip 911s back to basics.

London-Sydney 911

The 1968 London-Sydney Marathon was an astonishing event. We uncover an astonished 911 that completed the rally and check out its even more astonishing kangaroo guard!


Werks One 911 Turbo

GT3 R racecar

Tony Lapine interview

964 Carrera 4 tested

Porsche acronyms explained

Read Total 911 on the iPhone and iPad!

Apple’s forthcoming iPad will be a great plaform 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 the iPad to be launched 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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