In production for just two years, the Carrera 3.0 is rare, yet it stands as a cornerstone of the 911 dynasty, consolidating the impact-bumper generation and a bulwark for its SC and Carrera 3.2 successors
Opening Porsche’s motorsport account in the UK and beyond, this surviving 1966 two-litre 911 landed in living rooms with a bang, crash and wallop, before its serious attack of asphalt propelled Vic Elford to international stardom
993 Cabriolet road trip Wilhelm Lutjeharms explores South Africa’s Winelands region in a 993 Carrera 4 Cabriolet. Drives TODAY lowers the roof of a 993 Cabriolet and heads for the mountains to drive three passes in three hours among South Africa’s Winelands district
Electric 964 Everrati’s reimagined 964 has swapped its flat six engine for e-power. Total 911 is one of the first to drive it. A beloved 964 has been converted to e-power, but can it offer the same excitement as an original factory-spec 911 with a flat six engine?
Offering a fresh, no-nonsense approach to real-world auctions, Manor Park Classics is fast establishing itself as one of the UK’s leading classic car sales and enthusiast hubs, with special focus on air-cooled Porsches and first-time buyers
Convertibles add weight and reduce stiffness, though they can be undeniably seductive. But do they make any sense with supercar levels of performance? The McLaren 720S Spider and 911 Turbo S Cabrio 992 should provide the answer.
Marriages of Italian styling and German machinery are a rarity, but the clever way Bertone clothed a 964-generation 911 showed how creativity and ingenuity from Turin worked well on a chassis from Zuffenhausen