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Suzuki Swift Sport vs all its rivals and Honda NSX vs BMW M5, Porsche 911, TVR Tuscan, BMW M5 and Maserati 4200GT in our £15K special; Jaguar XKR-S vs Mercedes SLS Roadster; Tiff Needell joins evo

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NewsAll the big news from the Detroit show, plus first pics of the all-new Porsche Boxster

Tiff Needell - NEW!TV star and racing driver Tiff's first column for evo takes a look at his supercar highlights (and lowlights...) during 2011

First drivesReviews of the new V8-engined Bentley Continental GT, Subaru Impreza WRX STI S206, Chevy Camaro ZL1, DMS-tuned BMW 1M Coupe, Hyundai Veloster, Merc ML63 AMG, a modernised MGB and the Renaultsport Clio 200 Raider

LettersHigh praise for Toyota and Subaru’s affordable rear-drive sports cars and some scepticism for Lotus’s new produce

£15K heroesWith just 15 bags of sand, you can choose from some seriously good performance cars. We kick off with our supermini supertest, as the new Suzuki Swift Sport tackles rivals from Renaultsport, Audi, Abarth, Mini, Ford and SEAT. £15K needn’t mean three doors and a hundred-odd horsepower, though – it could also buy you some truly iconic metal. David Vivian then tries some used exotics from BMW, Maserati, TVR, Porsche and Honda, and there’s a detailed look at the running costs too

Lamborghini super trofeo to monzaIt’s another special-edition Gallardo, but the Super Trofeo Stradale is the meanest yet. Roger Green takes this new road-racer to Monza’s rarely seen old banking

2012 F1 season previewFormula 1’s exciting again! Pat Symonds takes a look ahead to the new season

Supercabrios on the TTJaguar and Mercedes starred in a great motorsport battle on the 1955 RAC Tourist Trophy. We recreate it with the new XKR-S Convertible and SLS Roadster

The 3000bhp VauxhallJonny Smith gets an exclusive ride in Red Victor 3, the dragster with a UK tax disc

Long-term testsWelcome Morgan, Mini Works Coupe and Jaguar XF; so long Mini Countryman, Porsche GT3 RS 4.0 and Chris Harris

evo KnowledgeIt might split opinion, but there’s no denying Porsche’s Cayenne is capable. And, as our buying guide reveals, good value, too

Track battleIt’s a war of the Spyders, as drop-top Audi R8 takes on welterweight Porsche Boxster in one of our hardest-to-call track duels yet

Me and my carsJuha Kankkunen and his numerous supercars and rally icons. Lucky bugger

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