CAR's latest issue: October 2014
Editors NoteSteve Smith
Classic cars are rubbish. Fans of older vehicles might be a little wide-eyed at this point, but let me qualify that incendiary statement. “Classic-car lover” credentials first:...
Of the mainstream manufacturers, only Alfa Romeo could get away with building such a brilliantly compromised signature model
With new rivals and a sibling changing the game, can Nissan’s new Qashqai replicate the success of its predecessor?
McLaren has made significant improvements to its first production supercar. The result is the blisteringly quick 650S
The M division’s legendary sportscar returns with a new name and a very different engine. Will the iconic family accept its new turbocharged brother?
Also in this issueR160k Budget Crossovers
The battle lines are drawn as a Japanese tyke takes on the fiercest little crossovers from China and France
Volvo XC60, Range Rover Sport SVR, Hyundai i20, Opel Adam and Mokka, new Volvo engine, Suzuki Grand Vitara, McLaren P1 GTR, Renault R.S. 0.1, VW Golf 8, Ferrari 458M, BMW 2 Se