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911 & Porsche World - Issue 325 - August 2021

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Magazine Extras:
It seems like only yesterday the eagerly anticipated replacement for the massively popular 997 was unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, and yet, here we are, celebrating the tenth anniversary of the 991, which managed to not only outsell its predecessor, but usher in a new platform for 911 development, one we see continuing with the current generation of Porsche's flagship product. The 991 may be bigger and bolder than earlier 911s, but does this mean it's a better 911? We find out. PLUS, we hit the dirt with a safari-spec E1 Cayenne, test the new Taycan Cross Turismo, marvel at the latest Emory Motorsports 356 Special, show you how to service your 911's Tiptronic gearbox, and witness WRC hero, Walter Röhrl, reconnect with the Monnet 924 Carrera GTS rally weapon.

Issue Summary:
Bolstered by model-specific tech articles and buying advice, this issue of 911 & Porsche World celebrates ten years of 991 - the biggest-selling 911 and an increasingly affordable modern classic.

Top 3 Issue Features:
GENERATION GAME - Ten years after the seventh-generation 911 landed, we revisit the end-of-line 991 Carrera T and introduce it to an early example of the 997 Carrera.

FRIENDS REUNITED - Motorsport variants of the 924 proved successful, as demonstrated by this restored pre-series Carrera GTS mud machine, recently reunited with its original wheelman, Porsche test driver and two-time World Rally Championship victor, Walter Röhrl.

MASTER OF ALL TRADES - The astonishingly good Taycan Cross Turismo is as close as a Porsche has ever come to being the car that can do everything. We hit the road and find out what makes this all-electric off-roader so utterly awesome.