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21-04-2017, 16:10
Car UK - 05.2017
Car UK - Issue 658 - May 2017
English | 164 pages | True PDF | 65 MB

We'll take you to exotic destinations in the most sensational motors, or parachute you into group tests of key new models. CAR delivers true insight on upcoming cars, sensational scoops and the inside story on the design trends, technology and people shaping your next car. We deliver the best, boldest writing, and photography so captivating you'll struggle to turn the page. To a depth no other car mag can match, with up to 20 pages on the key stories. If you're an unconventional thinker who is fascinated by everything from supercars to city cars, and wants to access all areas of the car industry, read CAR.

*... Used car stars. 12 great-value ways to upgrade your driving life, from a Porsche 911 to a Land Rover Defender * Mazda MX-5 RF Giant Test. Folding hardtop roadster takes on its rear-drive coupe rivals: Toyota GT86 and BMW 220i * BMW 5-series in Morocco. The typical 520d is destined to spend its time doing dull stuff. But not this one. Anyone for a spot of cliff’s-edge dicing with drug dealers? * The Surtees supremacy. John Surtees, the only man to win world titles in F1 and on motorcycles, has died. Incredible talent, unrepeatable achievement. JULY 24, 1960. At the German motorcycle GP meeting held at the Solitude circuit near Stuttgart, John Surtees proved beyond all doubt that his was a rare and precious talent. * AUD I R8 V 1 0 PLUS & MAZDA MX-5. Life’s too short not to invest in either Audi’s spectacular V10 or Mazda’s 21st century Elan. All-wheel drive, as easy to pilot as an A3 but with an almighty naturally aspirated V10 utterly dominating its every waking moment, the Audi R8 is a compellingly contradictory supercar, at once impossibly exotic and entirely usable; searingly fast and yet, even with its safety electronics set to snooze, incredibly exploitable. * Something gone flat but it’s not the i3’s batteries. It may have beamed in from some impossibly clever parallel universe, but the i3 is still vulnerable to sharp bits of crap left lying around in the road, same as any other car. By Tim Pollard. WE’RE FOUR MONTHS into BMW i3 ownership and the little electric car with range extender is fully bolted into our lives. If you’re an electric car sceptic, we’d urge you to test drive one. It’s the perfect vehicle to turn you into an EVangelist ...*

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