In this Issue:
18 Page supertest! Britain’s best driver’s car – revelead: 2016’s most grin-inducing car on road and track
NEW Mini Countryman – Biggest, boldest and most practical mini yet
Buy a £2k TT – used coupés for all budgets
Go rallying – how to slide a 300bhp fiesta
New Merc E63 603bhp, 4WD, supercar pace
In this Issue:
NEW 5 SERIES – Lighter, sleeker BMW to fight Jag XF and Merc E-Class: Meet the 5 Series that drives itself and talks to other BMWs
NEW Audi Q5 driven on and off road in crucial new X3 rival
Vantage GT8 road test
Buying used: Continental GT for just £25K – Bag a Bentley for bonkers money
107MPG City car exclusive: we try Gordon Murray’s eco champ
Non-turbo hot hatches rated – swift sports VS Clio RS, Civic Type R
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You’ll find a Tesla Model S road test in there too – find out what we make of the all-electric barnstormer in P90D format.
This week’s Autosport magazine takes a look at the possibility of Red Bull rising again. Ben Anderson takes an in-depth look at where the team is at, and its prospects of re-emerging as a title-threatening force in 2017 and beyond.
Gary Watkins also reports from the World Endurance Championship’s so-called prologue test, and takes an in-depth look at the new Toyota LMP1 car. Another new car is the subject of another feature, this time by Matt James, looking at the Subaru Levorg BTCC challenger ahead of the championship kicking off again at Brands Hatch this weekend.
Marcus Simmons talks to George Russell on the eve of the European F3 Championship, while Jack Cozens asks if Rob Huff and Honda can sprint a surprise in the WTCC.
There’s also all the usual coverage of club and national motorsport, with a look at how BRDC F4 has become F3 in the UK, as well as Marcus Pye’s ever-popular column
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We’ve got the scoop on the next Aston Martin Vantage, all the action from the New York motor show, a full road test of the McLaren 570S and much, much more.
Our cover star this week is the Aston Martin Vantage, which, after the DB11, leads Aston Martin’s product offensive, alongside – gasp – hybrid models and a crossover.
There’s more good news for supercar fans because we’ve got a full road test of the McLaren 570S, too.
Being the New York motor show special, there is, of course, all the latest news from the New York motor show, including the Mazda MX-5 RF and no fewer than 14 other stars of the show.
This week James Ruppert gets into the nitty-gritty of running costs and explains why used buyers should snap up depreciated luxo-barges while they still can. Danni Bagnall brings us the best compact VWs for a sub-£10k budget.
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