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Mazda has made an awful lot of cars but one little beaut y stands head and shoulders above the others . Words: Terry Cobham. Photos: Jared Clark.
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The first fully electric Porsche is a new-age sports car, but is it Porsche enough? Words by Georg Kacher. Pics Steffen Jahn.
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Comparison: Alpine A110 vs. Alfa Romeo 4C vs. Porsche 718 Cayman. France takes on Italy and Germany but fares better than, erm, the last few times. There's something about a…
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McLaren GT Two steps forward, one step back. Whatever happened to the GT? That’s GT as in glorious and fast touring coupes like the original Ferrari GTO, which served as…
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Unlikely competition BMW'S new M8 is a fine fast luxury cruiser, but it's no Porsche 911 Turbo 992 crusher, despite what the Bavarian brand might say.
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It’s an odd visual association, I admit, but as I take my first look at Peugeot’s 508 Liftback and Sportwagon on Australian soil, all I can think of is vomit.
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Bugatti is one of the most successful pre-war racecar constructors. We drive the only Type 37 in South Africa. Words y: Wilhelm Lutjeharms. Photos: Peet Mock.
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No Mr Bond, I expect you to drive! Ahead of James Bond’s return, this is the story of 007 and Aston Martin, celluloid’s most enduring partners in crime-fighting. Words Richard…
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Renault’s wild child - Jack Phillips celebrates La Régie’s blown era with a roadgoing Gordini and 5 Turbo. Spinning its own yarn. The Renault 5 Turbo 2 and its Gordini…
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With more development, Maserati’s mighty Tipo 151 trio could have been more world-beaters . Drive-My drives the sole survivor. Words Marc Sonnery. Photography Jerry Wyzatycki.
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The lane changers The M1 motorway revolutionised British motoring and the likes of Austin-Healey, Jaguar and Ford were quick to capitalize. Words Andrew Roberts. Photography James Mann.