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Total 911

No. 176

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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Eyebrows raised as the hammer fell for Lot 215 during RM Sotheby’s Arizona sale. A 997 Sport Classic had sold for $654,000, setting a new record for the model. Was this a welcome change in the wind for prestige Porsche sales? The result deserves a little scrutiny and speculation as to its potential permutations. On the face of it, the news is positive. Values of prestige 911s have generally fallen over the last two years, perhaps illustrated most vividly by the fortunes of the 991 R, which has pretty well halved in value. 2018 was also a weak year for the 997 GT3 RS 4.0 and 997 GT2 RS, despite the fact just 600 and 500 models were produced respectively. After the boom of 2014 and 2015, we’ve entered…

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a flat 6 love affair vol 4 released

The fourth instalment of Bart Kuykens’ photobook has been released. With an array of individuals captured with their Porsche in candid black-and-white shots, this version features Walter Röhrl and Hans-Peter Porsche, with a foreword by Jeff Zwart. The book, which is 336 pages long and limited to 911 copies, is available for €150 via bartkuykens,com. ■…

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first 992 products from exclusive revealed

Porsche has revealed the first options readily available for the 992 from its Exclusive Manufactur department. A lightweight carbon fibre roof, LED headlights and Porsche-embossed headrests are already available via the 992’s online configurator, with leaked images on social media showing a forthcoming GT3-style fixed rear wing. ■…

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Exclusive 911s get 2019 auction season off to a flyer Sport Classic fetches half a million at RM Sotheby’s Arizona sale; Speedster sells for $423,000 A barely used 997 Sport Classic stole the headlines at RM Sotheby’s Arizona sale as the first auction of the year reignited the presitge Porsche marketplace. No.2 of the 250 produced as part of a limited run by the Porsche Exclusive department, the Sport Classic had just 150 miles on the clock. The hammer price of $634,000 – some way past its estimate of $400,000 to $500,000 – comfortably set a new record for the model.Lauded by enthusiasts for its extraordinary levels of hand-made craftsmanship, the 997 Sport Classic has long been considered one of the most desirable 911s to acquire despite…

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what’s on in 2019

Amelia Island Concours 7-10 March World-famous Concours d’Elegance in Florida also features auctions from Sotheby’s and Gooding & Co.Geneva Motor Show 7-17 March The first motor show of the year on European soil will open its doors in SwitzerlandSebring 1,000 miles 13- 16 March A historic joint IMSA/WEC weekend held on Florida’s second trackTour of Scotland 31 March - 5 April Petrolhead Tours takes on Scotland for a five-day trip in your own PorscheTaste of Tuscany 6-19 May Autobahn Adventures’ luxury driving tour from the cockpit of a 911 Carrera ■…

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wltp: what is it?

Air quality and vehicle emissions are under scrutiny like never before and, as legislation becomes ever tougher, car makers are under pressure to meet strict new testing standards. That includes Porsche, and a look at the economy and CO2 emissions of the 992 models announced so far reveal some notable differences. The last iteration of the 991 Carrera S Coupe equipped with a PDK gearbox claimed official figures of 36.7mpg and 174g/km; those same numbers for the 992 are 31.7mpg and 205g/km. And things are much the same for the Carrera 4S, changing from 35.8mpg and 180g/km to 31.4mpg and 206g/km respectively.So what’s responsible for these revised numbers? First, it’s worth pointing out that the figures between generations aren’t actually comparable – new testing regime aside, those 992s are…