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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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NewsJaguar 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 reviewsMercedes 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

LettersThe front- versus rear-wheel drive debate rages on. Why can’t you all just get along?! Lamborghini Aventador first driveThe 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 rivalsIt’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 RChris 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 SLSAnd crashes a Mercedes SLS, too. Roger Green’s racing-driver excuses get an airing hereLong-term testsOur Citroën DS3 disappears, our Subaru STI gets a big wing and our SEAT Leon wows on track Track Battle: Cayenne v GT2 RSCan the Porsche’s turbocharged SUV possibly keep up with its supercar stablemate on track? Me and My Car: a BTCC driver and his Rover 25Tom 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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