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New Top Gear magazine names the coolest cars ever

October issue comes with free poster, and chance to win a Citroen C4 Cactus

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In the new edition of TopGear magazine, we’ve brought together the indisputable 149 coolest cars of all time. Yep, 149. Precisely.

Featuring everything from the BMW’s brand-new ultra-cool Hommage R to the fearsome Pagani Zonda LM, the list includes hypercars, supercars, real-world cars, racing cars, off-roaders, land-speed record-holders, concepts and one-offs.

Free in the October issue: a very cool pull-out poster with illustrations of our coolest cars. Plus your chance to win a Citroen C4 Cactus, worth over £18,000!

So how did we whittle down our definitive, entirely unarguable list? A combination of science and shouting. In the TG office, there was much exchanging of insults, but we did manage to come up with our definitive top ten. We also spoke to the new face of TGTV, Chris Evans, who whittled down his dream garage to just ten.

Our followers on TopGear.com also voted to give us their top ten. Unsurprisingly no one seemed to agree on anything. What do you reckon?

In this month’s news, we take a first look at Bentley’s luxury SUV, the Bentayga, and Mercedes-AMG’s C63 Coupe, tell you five things you need to know about the new Porsche 911 and check out the 50-year legacy of the Ford Transit.

We also review all the new cars that matter this month, including the Aston Martin Vantage GT12, Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE, Lexus RC F Carbon, Vuhl 05, VW California T6, Citroen DS 5, Volvo V60 Cross Country, Jaguar XF and BMW 7-Series.

Never miss an issue with one of these great offers:

Subscribe to TopGear magazine now and get 5 issues for just £5. For more information – CLICK HERE

Download the interactive October issue on iPad and iPhone to watch videos from our 100 coolest cars special – CLICK HERE

Print edition also available on all Android devices – CLICK HERE

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