We often blather on about the Porsche 911 Turbo S being the only car you’ll ever need. Little did we know that two days before lockdown a global pandemic would give us the chance to test this theory. Check out the full story and review of this 641bhp monster in the latest issue of Top Gear magazine.
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Logic dictates a featherweight electric car with decent range and supercar isn’t possible. The Apex AP-0 begs to differ. Could this be the Lotus Elise of the future? Read all about in the new Top Gear Magazine, out now.
Scooters: the chariot of choice for pre-pubescent provisional licence holder, unhinged delivery drivers and middle-aged men with Oasis haircuts. Not in Japan. Join us as we investigate the wild ‘Gentsuki’ scene in the new Top Gear Magazine.
Who doesn’t like a big, ol’ turbo? Motorsport sure as hell does. So pick up the new Top Gear Magazine to read about when these mechanical snails ruled the world in F1, Le Mans and WRC. The pictures are worth it alone – look at that Audi fly!
Once upon a time, 400bhp lived in the back of top-dog Ferraris. Now, you can find it tugging along £50k hatchbacks. Has the world gone mad? To find out, in this month‘s Top Gear Magazine we pit the new Mercedes A45 AMG vs Audi’s RSQ3 hatchback. Fight!
Can we ever forgive BMW for not making this M8? It used essentially the same V12 as the McLaren F1. It gave the lardy 8 Series some proper supercar appeal. Yet BMW got cold feet and never made it. You can read its fascinating story in the Retro section of the latest Top Gear Magazine.