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New TG mag out now: GR Yaris vs the icons

Fire up the Quattro! (And the 5 Turbo, the RS200, the Celica and the Impreza)

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We already know that the new Toyota GR Yaris is a cracking little car – it won our 2020 Hot Hatch of the Year Award back in December last year and continues to impress as part of our long-term test fleet. 

The question is though, how does it hold up in comparison to some of its illustrious ancestors? Well, to find out, this month we gathered together some of the greatest ever examples of rally-bred homologation specials. It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it…

You can read all about the Renault 5 Turbo, the Audi Sport Quattro, the Ford RS200, the Toyota Celica GT-Four, the Subaru Impreza WRX STI Type RA and the plucky little Yaris 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.

Fancy more? Subscribe to TG magazine today and UK-based readers can take advantage of our fantastic subscription offer of just £5 for five issues. Your subscription will then continue at only £23.50 every six issues – a 25 per cent saving on the usual in-store price. Oh, and there’s free delivery to boot – click these blue words to take advantage.

Elsewhere in the new issue we take a look at the reborn Renault 5 and the all-new All-Terrain Competition Study (ACS) by Singer – essentially the Californian company’s take on the 911 Safari formula. Spoiler alert – it’s pretty special.

There’s also our first drive of the windscreen-less McLaren Elva and a hot hatch triple test involving BMW’s first official foray into front-wheel drive performance cars. Grab an issue now to read all of this and more.

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