CAR's December 2019 issue is out now! Digital preview of the latest mag

Published: 13 November 2019

► A digital preview of CAR magazine
► Take a guided tour of our latest issue
► On sale in print, for tablet and iPhone too 

The new December 2019 issue of CAR magazine is on sale now and it’s packed with great story-telling, stand-out photography and an intelligent take on the motoring world - not to mention exclusive rides in some of 2020's hottest new cars.

You can enjoy CAR in its traditional print format, or one of the swelling number of digital editions, optimised for iPhones, Android devices, iPads and tablets and desktop computers. Scroll down the page for our best subscription offers. When you buy direct from us, we guarantee our lowest prices!

Highlights of the December 2019 issue of CAR magazine

  • 4wd rockets!  Riding in 2020's Audi RS6 and Porsche 911 Turbo hotshots
  • 100 years of Bentley  Conti vs Aston DBS in the Alps, new old Blower, meet the boss
  • VW Golf Mk8 (below)  Getting under the skin of the brand new Golf
  • Touring masterclass  McLaren GT vs Ferrari Portofino vs Honda NSX
  • Japanese revolution  Mazda and Toyota/Lexus go electric
  • Our cars  CAR's long-term test fleet: farewell Stelvio, you drive our Z4

VW Golf Mk8: our in-depth guide

How to buy and subscribe to CAR magazine - in print, on your tablet and now on your phone too

The December 2019 issue of CAR is on sale now, available not only in print but digitally on your smartphone or tablet too. The digital edition of the UK’s smartest motoring magazine is now optimised for smartphones such as the iPhone and Android devices, as well as the Apple iPad and other tablets. And that means you’ll be able to get exclusive, optimised content delivered to your device, every month.

To subscribe to CAR in digital format, print or even both with our fantastic Great Magazines bundles, pick from the links below:

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By Ben Miller

The editor of CAR magazine, story-teller, average wheel count of three

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