991 Porsche 911 range review, prices and specs

David Vivian
14 Oct 2014
Verdict:

The half-century lineage has had its ups and downs, but there’s never been a class act quite like the 911

Evo Rating: 
Price: 
73.509
For 
The planet’s most complete sportscar
Against 
Lacks a little of the old charisma

evo Verdict

Fans of old 911s might be a little nonplussed by the devastating, vice-free (arguably character-free?) competence of the latest 991 generation range, but there can be no denying that Porsche has moved the game on in a number of crucial areas and, in the GT3, has a car that delivers one of the finest driving experiences available today. It’s a testament to the latest 911’s depth of engineering integrity and dynamic talent that even the entry-level 3.4-litre model shares many of the race-bred GT3’s core qualities. The half-century lineage has had its ups and downs, but there’s never been a class act quite like the 911.

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