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Digital preview of the new issue of CAR magazine

 

We reveal all of next year’s killer cars in the new November 2014 issue of CAR magazine, on sale now. From our stunning Mazda MX-5 preview to the first drive of Europe’s Ford Mustang - via an Audi TT group test and revelations including the new BMW M2 and Porsche’s 911 going all-turbo - CAR spills the beans on the 2015 cars that matter. Other highlights include:

Lambo goes hybrid! Full story on new Asterion LPI 910-4
Hot hatch reinvented Why GTI fans have never had it so good
The 200mph SUV Yep, Bentley’s adding muscle to mud-plugging
Inside Ariel We meet the UK’s most leftfield car maker and test the Ace bike
Backstage with BBC’s F1 team Race-day with Jordan, Coulthard and Perry
McLaren to CanAm We take the 650S to the Road America historic motorsport festival
Triple test Kia Soul battles refreshed Skoda Yeti and Nissan Juke
Our daily drivers A Nissan Qashqai and Seat Leon Cupra join the fleet, and 28,000 miles in our Range Rover
Four wheels bad Three-, six- and more strange wheel configurations
Brain fodder Columns by Gavin Green, Mark Walton and Jamie Kitman
The big news Paris motor show analysis, new Lagonda, Andy Wallace interview
Industry latest Why Aston Martin and Ferrari both have new bosses this month
Reviews galore We drive new Lexus RCF, Aston’s Vantage V12 S Roadster, five-door Mini, the Nissan Pulsar, Jeep Renegade and more

The November 2014 issue of CAR magazine is on sale now, in print and available to download for Apple iPad, Google Play, Nook and Kobo tablet devices. Browse our interactive sampler above.

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The new November 2014 issue of CAR magazine: chock full of new cars

 

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culverwood

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culverwood says

RE: Digital preview of the new issue of CAR magazine

To me this month's CAR magazine is another step down the ladder of quality grapic design.

It looks like a copy of What Car or other similar down market mazine from the cover.  Happily things are better inside but the 25 most wanted cars are not as well presented as they have been in the recent past.

 

 

27 October 2014 16:58

 

janeleonard

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RE: Digital preview of the new issue of CAR magazine

The new edition seems to be incredible!! With lot more surprises on the new cars for the coming year, I would love to read the article on Lambhorghini that goes hybrid.

16 October 2014 10:13

 

rhythmnation

rhythmnation says

RE: Digital preview of the new issue of CAR magazine

 Just downloaded my copy of the November issue... Great to see Jaimie Kitman back as part of the CAR team...

15 October 2014 04:39

 

TimPollard

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TimPollard says

RE: Digital preview of the new issue of CAR magazine

Hi skran3 - please email the CAR editorial team for this kind of query. Bit off topic here! Address is:

 

car@bauermedia.co.uk

25 September 2014 20:50

 

skran3

skran3 says

RE: Digital preview of the new issue of CAR magazine

I am wondering if somebody could enlighten me about the traffic laws and enforcement in the UK. What happens when  you violate the law? Do you get a ticket like we do in the USA? Does the police officer keep your driver license until you show up in court?

I help California drivers contest their traffic tickets so that they don't have to go to the court and pay a hefty fine, attend a traffic school and watch their insurance premium go through the roof.

I am sure the UK system is different and I am interested to know what the differences are. Visit my website and take a look.

http://TrafficTicketAttorneyLosAngeles.org

Regards

Steven

 

18 September 2014 04:51

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