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New Top Gear mag out now: giant killing in the Mini GP
Plus, a deep dive on Dyson’s dead EV and your ultimate guide to esports
Stripped back and powered up, just like Alec Issigonis always wanted. But is the new Mini GP as wild to drive as it looks? And can it keep up with a Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD on a British B road? You’ll have to buy this month’s issue of Top Gear magazine to find out.
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Of course, it’s not just the new mad-Mini on the pages this month. We’ve also taken a look back at all the times hatchbacks went completely feral – from rally homologation specials to V8-engined Aston Martin Cygnets.
Then there’s road tests of the new Morgan Plus Four, the all-electric DS 3 Crossback E-Tense and a twin-test between the Mercedes-Maybach S650 and the Bentley Flying Spur.
Plus, we’ve got an 11-page ultimate guide to esports, with all the information you need to know about competitive gaming. We go over the basics, the kit, the innovations and even what pro-drivers think of the subject (with a little help from one George Russell). Oh, and prepare for an argument, because after a gaming marathon fuelled by Deliveroo and radioactive maize snacks we’ve named the greatest driving game of all time…
But even that’s not all. This month we’ve also got an exclusive interview with Henrik Fisker as he prepares to take on Tesla… again, and a proper look at Dyson’s cancelled EV. Ahh, what could have been.
Get your issue now for all this and more…