An open-air, two-door crossover concept called the Cactus M will debut at Frankfurt Motor Show
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TG Magazine Cars of 2013 – out now!
This month’s Top Gear magazine features a comprehensive guide to all the cars you need to be excited about in 2013. Once again, carmakers have found new and innovative ways to push the boundaries to bring us new superstars and redefine existing heroes.
You’d expect there to be at least one mega-super-hypercar on the list, but this year there are three, with the Ferrari Enzo, Porsche 918 and McLaren P1 all due for release (best start saving!) These dream machines are being closely followed by the stunning Alfa Romeo 4C, Jaguar F-Type and new Maserati Quattroporte.
For something a little closer to reality, Ford will be releasing the long-awaited Fiesta ST, no doubt with stiff competition from the new Peugeot 208 GTI, Clio RenaultSport and Golf GTI. Plus, with Bugatti, Lotus, Aston Martin, Mercedes and BMW all getting in on the act with some incredible new machines, we believe 2013 is going to be a very good year indeed - and luck doesn’t even need to come into it…
Read the most comprehensive guide to the cars of 2013, only in the new issue of Top Gear magazine - on sale now.
Also this month…
TG Telly is Back
Yes, Clarkson, Hammond and May are back! And about time, too. Kicking off in Africa with the (erm…) Christmas Special, the boys have one simple task… to find the source of the Nile. Perhaps not so simple in secondhand estate cars bought on the internet. Expect sunburn, mud, river crossings, mud, crocodiles and, no doubt, more mud.
Read about this and the new series of TG telly only in the new issue of TopGear magazine - out now.
Fiat Panda 4x4 vs Mount Etna
There are easier ways to get up Etna, one of the most active volcanoes on the planet, but we don’t like easier at Top Gear. So instead of cable cars and (seriously big) off-road buses, we went for the Panda 4x4. Will it be happier in the wild?
How to Run a Grand Prix
We gain exclusive access for a behind-the-scenes look at the FIA control bunker at last year’s Championship finale in Brazil.
The Baja 1000
We suffer the consequences of taking a buggy for 1,000 miles of madness across Mexico in the World’s toughest desert race.
Get all of this, plus the usual thoughts from Clarkson, Hammond and May, only in the new issue of Top Gear magazine - out now.