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New Top Gear magazine out now: Dream Garage
The TGTV team pick their top three, you pick yours. Plus F12tdf vs Eurofighter
In this month’s issue of Top Gear magazine, we bring you our Dream Garage special. You voted in your thousands for your top three cars, and the results are in.
Just to make things more interesting, we asked TGTV’s Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid to give us their choices… and after much debate and discussion, they, um, still completely disagreed with each other.
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Here’s how the Dream Garage setup worked: we asked you to choose your ultimate three cars – it could be anything from a classic model, to a legendary racing car or the latest hypercar. The possibilities were endless. However, we added some restrictions: one could be of unlimited budget, but the other two had to be within £250,000 and within £50,000. To find out the results, pick up a copy of the new issue.
In other news, we went meteor chasing in style with the Rolls-Royce Phantom. Then tested the speed of the Ferrari F12tdf in the only way possible: against a Eurofighter Typhoon. Why? Um, why not?
Niki Lauda discusses racing past and present, and how it feels to be the bad guy in a Hollywood film. We also invade Ken Block’s garage to check out his not-so-normal collection of cars. We also head behind the scenes of the rental company that provides cinema’s greatest cars, from Robocop to The Hunger Games. Sadly, the DeLorean wasn’t there – we looked.
There’s also a celebration of BMW’s 100 years via a glorious road trip in some of its greatest cars, as well as a tour around Singer’s HQ. Good takes on Evil, meanwhile, as we compare the Volkswagen I.D. hatch of the future against the new Honda Civic Type R.
In this month’s garage, we have to bid farewell to the Volvo XC90 (and a less fond one to the Ford S-Max), set the Zenos E10 R against a Caterham 620S and use the Porsche 911 C4S to shadow Mark Webber on his rush-hour tour around London. In a Le Mans race car…
Plus, we drive all the new cars that matter, including all-new versions of the Audi R8 Spyder, Citroen C3 and Audi Q5, as well as the monster, Icelandic-spec Isuzu D-Max Arctic, the drift-tastic Vauxhall VXR8 Maloo and McLaren’s cheapest car, the 540C.
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