November 2018

Cover stories

TECH FEATURE: What kills a turbo? Nearly every new car launched boasts a turbocharger but buyers’ reliability concerns remain. We investigate what could cause one to fail.
DRIVEN: Toyota Supra. The Supra returns after 16 years with a decidedly German flavour. Was it worth the wait?
FEATURE: Oldest in SA: 1957 Volvo PV444. Thanks to stellar build quality, early Volvos make wonderful classic cars. This treasured PV444 is
a prime example.
INSIGHT: Mercedes-Benz EQC. The eye-catching EQC marks Mercedes-Benz’s bold step into full-EV territory.
TESTED: Jaguar E-Pace P300 HSE R-Dynamic AWD. Jaguar’s smallest SUV has its claws fully extended in search of a solid segment foothold.

Also in this issue

CONSUMER FEATURE: the hills are alive. Few things are sweeter than the sound of a well-tuned car engine. How does this cylinder-born symphony reach the driver?.
INSIGHT FEATURE: Bye-bye, Beetle!. AFTER eight decades, VW has announced it will end production of one of its most iconic vehicles, the Beetle, next year. Before we say auf wiedersehen, this is how the Bug came to be.
FEATURE: The Ferrari hub. It started as a motorsport outfit but today Pablo Clark Racing also keeps older Prancing Horses in fine form.
SPEED FEATURE: Shaping F1’s future. Aware of the challenges facing the sport, F1 is keen to increase the spectacle of the competing cars both on and off the track.
BUY: Case study: R120 000 budget. We choose the ideal car for you within a budget.

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