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New issue out now: Chris Harris grills the new BMW M3

Plus, the full lowdown on the all-electric BMW i4 and the Audi RS e-tron GT

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Don’t mention the grille. Don’t mention the grille… Anyway, when all’s said and done, what’s the new BMW M3 actually like to drive? Well, in this month’s TG magazine, we hand the keys to Harris for him to find out.

You can read all about what he made of the controversial Bavarian saloon – and its M4 sibling – by ordering the latest issue direct to your door by clicking these very words. Or perhaps you’d prefer to download it straight to your phone or tablet? You can do that by clicking here if you’re an Apple user and here for Android users.

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That’s not all of the M3 content you’ll get this month, though, because we’ve also put BMW’s newbie up against the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and there’s the full lowdown on the 523bhp, rear-wheel drive BMW i4 EV. Does it hint at the M3/M4’s future?

Elsewhere there’s our first drive of the Ford Fiesta ST’s worst nightmare – the new Hyundai i20N – and a full breakdown of what to expect from the 2021 Formula 1 season. We also pull an all-nighter in Audi’s new RS e-tron GT, drive South Africa’s driest, hottest and least populated road to celebrate the 70th birthday of the Toyota Land Cruiser and get a sneaky look at what’s in Gordon Murray’s actual garage. Expect lightweights.

There’s also reviews of the Alpina D3S, the Lotus Elise Final Edition (sob) and a sports car triple test featuring the Toyota Supra, the Porsche 718 Cayman and the Jaguar F-Type. Don’t miss out – grab your copy now…

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