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GT Porsche - October/November 2020

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GT Porsche

Issue 228 | October-November 2020

2020 marks fifty years since Porsche's most important motorsport victory — the marque's first overall win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. GT Porsche looks back at the significance of that momentous turning point in the brand's history, as well as casting an eye over a selection of cars benefiting from expertise gained by Porsche technicians at the track. Chiefly, the RUF RTurbo, 964 NG/T Prototype and 991 GT2 RS Clubsport take our fancy. This issue of the magazine also features our impressions of the all-electric Taycan Turbo, a Cayenne Turbo SUV buying guide and the origins and subsequent development of the iconic flat-four engine.

Have you spent lockdown tinkering with your Porsche and now want to explore its true performance potential? We show you how to prepare for a session on a rolling road.

RUF JUSTICE - A genuine RUF factory chassis, this extraordinary 550bhp 996-based Rturbo was made famous as RUF's press car, a subsequent attack of the Nürburgring and a starring role on the cover of a book documenting every RUF model from new. GT Porsche gets up close and personal with this giant of the Green Hell.

ELECTRIC DREAMS - If you've ever wondered what car would make a 911 Turbo feel like a Citroen 2CV, then Porsche has delivered the answer in the form of the all-electric Taycan Turbo. We get to grips with the model defining the future of sports car production.

BOLT FROM THE BLUE - After years of speculation surrounding its identity, this recently restored modern classic has been confirmed by former Porsche factory engineer and legendary racing driver, Jurgen Barth, as being one of two surviving 964 N/GT prototypes assembled under his watch back in 1990.

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