Total 911 Special 150th issue on sale now

Rejoice, Neunelfer devotees: the world’s only magazine dedicated to the Porsche 911 has reached its landmark 150th issue! Such a special ocassion calls for a special assignment of course, which is why we’ve teamed up with the Porsche Museum themselves to bring you our 30 most iconic Porsche 911s of all time. Even better, we were granted exclusive access to the Museum’s secret warehouse, home to the most comprehensive collection of original Porsche production cars and prototypes anywhere on the planet, to bring the top six cars together, exclusively for our cherished readers.

You’ll have to pick up a copy of our collectors’ special 150th issue to see which is the number one choice of both Total 911 and the Museum, but you can be sure there’s a varied selection in the top 30 consisting of GT2s, GT3s, Rennsports, Turbos, Rs, Targas, Cabriolets, Carreras, Ss and Clubsports, all representing crucial developments in the unrivalled story of the fabled Porsche 911.

Away from our mega countdown, we bring you the first drive of the new turbocharged Carrera GTS – well, actually, we bring you two first drives as we pit the 991.2 C4 GTS against the 991.2 C2 GTS to find out which is the best 911 of the new Carrera range. The latest GTS range boasts a 30hp – and 50Nm torque – boost over its Carrera S brethen, which invites us to look at the history of the Porsche Powerkit and the reason behind its creation.

You may not know that one Valentin Schäffer is the godfather of the Porsche Powerkit; in issue 150 we interview Herr schäffer as he recites some of the greatest racing engines he’s ever helped make. Elsewhere in our special issue, we pit the 930 against the 996.2 GT3 (we know, right) and get behind the wheel of the world’s best RSR ‘R7’ replica with the Mary Stuart collar. Oh, and did we mention we’ve got spy pictures of the next-generation Porsche 992?

To read all of this and much, much more, pick up Total 911’s collectors’ special 150th edition in store today. Alternatively, order your copy online for home delivery, or download it straight to your digital device now.

 

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