Fantastic Porsche-owners’ magazine devoted not only to the legendary 911 but the rest of the range as well, Total 911 is well worth a read for any lover of these fine German cars.
Each issue brings you the latest news and product reviews from the world of Porsche, but the majority of the magazine is dedicated to a range of fascinating features examining different aspects of the marque. This includes reporting from stunning road trips, projects aimed at tuning, modifying and restoring Porsches, coverage of Porsche in racing and the history of the brand.
Buy a single copy of TOTAL 911 or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm!
All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).
There are those who, slightly cruelly, suggest that if you wanted to predict what the next design for the 911 will be, you simply need a piece of tracing paper, a pencil and an image of the last model. Whilst we have to agree that the majority of stylistic changes to the classic Porsche have been minor rather than major, the 911 has evolved where it counts, and anyway, why change something that is frankly pretty much perfect?
The 911 hasn’t needed to shift significantly in style and design as other cars have for the simple reason that it still looks stunning today. It manages, despite its rich history and longstanding style, to still look contemporary and modern. We think that the original designer of the 911, the not very German-sounding Ferdinand Porsche, stumbled onto a wonderfully timeless design, mixing elegance with grace, presence and power, pretty much the perfect blend of form and function.
911s may not be flashy, they may not be ludicrously overpowered, painted orange and spit fire, but they are the undisputed kings of the driver’s car, the vehicle that, when they have to make a choice, pretty much everyone would choose. NB