This week, we bring you the latest news of BMW's reborn 8 Series - its new flagship coupé, ready to do battle with the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé and Bentley Continental GT.
Also making news from Germany are the new Audi A1, Volkswagen's ID R Pike's Peak challenger, and the Volkswagen T-Cross. We took a ride in the Volkswagen Sedric autonomous shuttle, too.
Want something closer to home? We've got the inside line on the electric Aston Martin Lagonda that'll do battle with Rolls-Royce when launched, and the future of Vauxhall.
Also in this issue
Fancy a feature? We've got five this week: the big three plush hatchbacks have done battle, and a winner has been decided. The Audi A3, BMW 1 Series and Mercedes-Benz A-Class have been put to the test.
We take you on an in-depth tour of the Brabham BT62, as a legendary name returns with a track weapon to challenge established greats.
Find out about our drive in the world's most shocking Ferrari (pictured), and follow Citroën CEO Linda Jackson for a day in the life of a car industry boss. Oh, and we drive a Lotus F1 car. No biggie.
In our rolling petrol vs. diesel debate, we've replaced our diesel Skoda Octavia vRS with its petrol counterpart to find out which is the better buy.
We wonder what difference a paint colour makes in our Suzuki Swift Sport long-termer, and we discuss what the right size of Cornish pasty is for the centre console of a Volkswagen Golf GTI.
Our used car expert summarises dream footballers' rides you can buy for prices as low as a (insert nemesis football team) fan's expectations, and provides a guide to finding the best Mitsubishi 2000GT you can nab.
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