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TG24: is the Renault Megane RS Trophy-R worth £72k?
The Renault Megane R.S. Trophy-R is the quickest front-wheel-drive production car around the Nordschleife. It also costs £72,000. How can that be? Let Top Gear Magazine’s Jack Rix explain.
How does Merc’s military hero fare having had a complete overhaul and the introduction of 577bhp?
Harris takes a trip back in time to drive the beginning of Porsche. Like, the very beginning
How does McLaren's best track-day car compare to a proper racer?...
With 130bhp and only weighing 600kg, these racing Minis are fighty things
Is a £28k ‘Track Pack’ that makes the 720S no harder or faster worth it?
Long name, short sell: the MR GT2 is the fastest road-legal car around the 'Ring...
The Jamiroquai front man talks us through his car collection and how to beat Chris Hoy
Ross Noble on his Kahn Defender and how lapping on four wheels compares to two
As series 23 of TG comes to a close, we test Rory's inner nerd. Can you beat his score?...
The final episode of series 23 sees Le Mans racer vs comedian. Is that fair? Debate here...
TG's challenge sees ep5 star guess whether these names are cars... or cakes...
It's comedian vs baker as Saunders and Hollywood get some track time...
We know it can do corners, but how quick is the Porsche 935 in a straight line?
Rory Reid asks: is the traditional hot hatch dead?
What’s quicker, Suzuki’s baby G-Wagen or a G63 towing Suzuki’s baby G-Wagen?
Can the Lamborghini Urus really kill two Mercedes-shaped birds with one stone?
Time for a Japanese battle royale as a hybrid supercar takes on Godzilla on steroids
Exige Cup 430 takes on RS5 takes on Cayman GTS. Rory Reid is your host
Muscle cars don’t just make noise and burn rubber - they corner, too
Retracing the great Ayrton Senna's steps in McLaren's 789bhp racer for the road...
Eight countries, a scary predator and a Merc we made ourselves
Which of these two heavyweight saloons can best navigate a frozen lake?
Top Gear magazine is 300 issues old, marked by the manic TG Enduro 300. Hold on tight
When the electric revolution kicks off, will our hot hatches be in good hands?