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Total 911 No. 184

Total 911 is the world's only magazine dedicated to the Porsche 911; the only Porsche with over 40 years of history and a worldwide following of keen enthusiasts. This high-quality magazine is written and produced by true Porsche fans, and offers in-depth, exciting features on all models of 911 – from the classics of the 1960s, through the wild Turbos of the 1970s, right up to today's sophisticated supercars.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Future Publishing Ltd
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Monthly
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13 Números

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2 min.
welcome

Usually when Porsche announces a new model that isn’t a 911, my schedule is barely affected. I’ll typically get a sound night’s sleep, as embargoes these days tend to lift around 23:00 UK time, safe in the knowledge that every other corner of the automotive world is attempting to turn the internet upside down rehashing the same basic information garnered from a single, brief Porsche press release. The Taycan launch was a little different. Porsche has dedicated substantial resources to its first electric-only sports car, with PR and comms in overdrive in the months leading up to its official reveal around a week before the 68th IAA, Porsche’s home motor show. It’s proven very difficult for anyone to ignore such fanfare around the Taycan – not that we’d want to. “The Taycan…

4 min.
update

Porsche commits to internal combustion engine Launch of 992 C4 underlines commitment to traditional Porsche power Porsche has used the 68th International Motor Show at Frankfurt to release eight new models, including two new 911s, to underline its future product strategy. The company announced that moving forward it will focus on three drive technologies for its sports cars: highly emotive petrol engines, powerful plug-in hybrid powertrains and all-electric drives. It demonstrated its commitment to continuing with the internal combustion engine by unveiling the 992 C4 Coupe and Cabriolet. The new C4 in both Coupe and Cabriolet body styles borrows a water-cooled clutch and front differential from the 992 C4S. Wet Mode and PASM come as standard on the C4, though Porsche Torque Vectoring with an electrically controlled rear limited-slip differential will be optional.…

1 min.
what’s on in 2019

6 Hours of Fuji 4-6 October Round 2 of the 2019/20 WEC season sees the new RSRs in action IMSA Petit Le Mans 9-12 October Curtain closer to the 2019 IMSA season takes place at Road Atlanta The Classic Car Show 8-10 November The UK’s NEC once again plays host to this indoor festival of classics Formula E 2019/20 race 1 22 November First steps in the world championship for electric cars in Saudi Arabia LA Auto Show 22 November to 1 December Rumors persist Porsche will wrap up the year by revealing the 992 Turbo…

2 min.
motorsport

Porsche reveals first electric race car ‘99X’ single seater will compete in Formula E for upcoming debut season Porsche has unveiled its first all-electric sports car ahead of its competitive bow into Formula E later this year. Two of the open-cockpit, single-seater race cars, named the 99X, will compete in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship beginning in November, piloted by works drivers Neel Jani and André Lotterer. Bedecked in Porsche’s traditional racing colours of white, red and black, Porsche says the 99X will serve as a development platform for future fully electric production models. Meanwhile, the rest of Porsche’s Formula E effort is taking shape. TAG Heuer has been announced as the main partner, and Pascal Zurlinden, director GT factory Motorsport since 2018, will take on a key role in Formula E…

5 min.
vic elford

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the 917. If you recall, earlier this year I mentioned that I knew the 911 would be a winner and convinced Porsche to let me race it and prove it. I felt the same way about the 917. It was beautiful and I absolutely loved it. I knew it would be a world-beating car. The story of the 917 is fascinating to say the least. In 1968 the FIA decided that the big-engine prototypes were getting too fast, so it decided it would limit the capacity of prototype cars to three litres. However, because there were still lots of old Lolas and cars like that hanging around, it decided it would have a new category – ‘Sports Cars’. This category would include what used to…

4 min.
views

991.1 GT3: bastion of comfort for the taller driver Dear Sir, I was recently lucky enough to acquire a 991.1 GT3. The reason I went for Porsche is because the other marques do not cater for the taller or larger person – even if you can fit in, the visibility is appalling. In addition I managed to find a GT3 with comfort seats, which given I am 6’5” and broad shouldered, was the only option. At a recent supercar meet there was a large group of owners over six foot, and we were all driving a 911 apart from one. Well done Porsche for making cars for the taller driver. In the six months of owning the car, like many owners I have ‘tweaked’ it with the DSC module to make the ride…