Digital preview of the new issue of CAR magazine

Published: 17 May 2016

► A digital preview of CAR magazine
► Take a guided tour of our latest issue
► On sale Wednesday - in print and on tablet

The new June 2016 issue of CAR magazine is on sale now – in print as well as digital editions for Apple Newsstand, Google Play, Readly, PocketMags, Nook and Kobo e-readers.

Flick through our gallery above to see some of the highlights of the new issue, including:

  • 2016's best used-car buys  How to find the year's finest secondhand heroes  
  • From supercars to hot hatches  Featuring i8, Swift, 488, Boxster, 308, F-type
  • How to win Le Mans  By the team bosses who know
  • Alfa Giulia driven  We've tested the breakthrough new Giulia - and it's a corker!
  • Plus Alfa special  Meet the boss, pore over the heroes that made Alfa great
  • Exec shoot-out  New Merc E-class vs Jag XF vs Lexus GS
  • Our daily drivers  All the latest on our long-term fleet: welcome Q7, salvete Twingo
  • Top 10 worst F1 teams ever  Oh dear... NPQ, or Did Not Pre-Qualify
  • Dyson to build a car!  Exclusive details on how James Dyson is plotting an EV  
  • Tech special  Inside Peugeot's new cabins, does Merc's anti-roll system work? 

If you like what you see, don't forget you can subscribe to CAR to get our best rates and make sure you never miss an issue - prices start at just £31 for a year's subscription. 

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By Phil McNamara

The editor, since 2006

  • The new June 2016 issue of CAR magazine is out now
  • All the month's news: from TT RS to 4cyl Cayman
  • We test new Aston Martin DB11 - and dozens of other reviews
  • Driven: the fab new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio
  • The cars that made Alfa's legend
  • Exec shoot-out: new E-class vs XF vs GS
  • Adventure! Rolls-Royce Dawn across Africa