New September 2009 issue of CAR Magazine

Published: 15 July 2009

The new September 2009 issue of CAR Magazine is out now. The new Jaguar XJ stars on the cover – alongside the new XE coupé we reveal in our scoop portfolio, as part of our 16-page Jaguar special. Plus we celebrate Audi’s centenary, drive electric cars around a golf course and pit the new Panamera Turbo against its super-saloon rivals. Also look out for the CAR Magazine Travel Edition at travel outlets and airports – a mouse mat-sized version that slips in your pocket for the ultimate in portable car magazines.

Flick through the digital preview at the foot of the page to see the highlights of the September issue:

• New Jag XJ 10-page special on edgy new limo
• Jaguar special CAR interviews the boss, discloses six-year model plan
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• Quattrophenia! Ur-Quattro meets Audi S4… on ice
• Audi centenary Our celebration of Audi’s 100th birthday
Electric cars: the truth The CAR giant test of four battery cars… on a golf course
Panamera Turbo group test Porsche’s loony limo tackles Jag XFR and two hot Mercs: E63 and S63 AMG
• CAR vs WTCC champ World touring car legend shows us the ropes in new Seat Ibiza Bocanegra
• Night at the museum A spiritual journey as CAR camps overnight in Porsche’s new museum
• Kia: the future We meet the team behind the new No.3 – the Fiesta from Korea
• Edwardian racers On track in three pre-WW1 race cars
• Insider The power struggle in F1, BMW’s eco supercar, new Bentley Arnage outed, battery tech explained
• The cars we really drive Update on our 15 long-termers
• GBU data pages No-nonsense praising and poo-pooing of every new car
• The CAR Top 10 Automotive alliances that went wrong
• PLUS! All the month’s news, 24 first drives, Gavin Green, Mark Walton, Stephen Bayley, new and expanded letters pages

 

 

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By Tim Pollard

Editorial director of CAR's digital publishing arm. Motoring news magnet

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