Latest issue of evo Magazine

24 May 2011

Lamborghini Aventador track test, BMW 1-series M Coupe huge group test, TVR Sagaris comeback, Koenigsegg Agera R road test, Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe review, Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0

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News
Jaguar has announced that its supercar concept will make production and Porsche has revealed its main contender for evo Car of the Year 2011 - VIDEO OF THE PORSCHE HERE!
 
Car reviews
Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe, Lotus Elise Club Racer, Vauxhall Corsa VXR Nurburgring Edition and diesel SRi, Vauxhall Insignia VXR Unlimited, Saab 9-5 SportWagon, Chevrolet Camaro Convertible, VW Golf Cabriolet, Citroen DS4, Mini Cooper SD

Letters
The front- versus rear-wheel drive debate rages on. Why can’t you all just get along?!
 
Lamborghini Aventador first drive
The arrival of new supercars may be increasingly common, but a new Lamborghini – especially one with a V12 – will always make schoolboys rip magazine pages out for the wall and us rip off our arms in exchange for a go. Harry Metcalfe was the lucky man to drive the Aventador first - VIDEO PREVIEW HERE!
 
BMW 1-series M Coupe versus its main rivals
It’s the E30 M3 reborn, say some. A turbo M-car is sacrilege, say others. A barney with the Nissan 370Z GT, Audi TT RS and Porsche Cayman R, over hundreds of miles of fine Welsh roads and numerous high-speed laps of the Bedford Autodrome, will show us which holds true - VIDEO PREVIEW HERE!
 
1M or M3?
A second-hand BMW M3 can be had for less than its upstart sibling. So which would we throw our own money at?
 
Koenigsegg Agera R
Chris Harris has never piloted an ’Egg before, so the new, 1100bhp Agera R is the proverbial hot baptism for him
 
2011’s most unlikely drivers’ car…
…wears a Range Rover badge. John Barker explains why the Evoque boasts evo elements beyond just the first three letters of its name
 
TVR’s back!
A remanufactured Sagaris with 450bhp and a five-year warranty? John Barker says yes please…
 
evo races a Mercedes SLS
And crashes a Mercedes SLS, too. Roger Green’s racing-driver excuses get an airing here

Long-term tests

Our Citroën DS3 disappears, our Subaru STI gets a big wing and our SEAT Leon wows on track
 
Track Battle: Cayenne v GT2 RS
Can the Porsche’s turbocharged SUV possibly keep up with its supercar stablemate on track?
 
Me and My Car: a BTCC driver and his Rover 25
Tom Onslow-Cole is one of the leading drivers in British motorsport, and his daily drive is… a knackered old Rover with cable-tied doors

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