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Subaru BRZ on road and track, versus 370Z, MX-5, Megane 265 Trophy and Impreza Turbo. Pagani Zonda 760RS exclusive drive, Lotus Carlton v BMW M5

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NewsAn Italian revolution as Maserati makes a mid-engined supercar and Lamborghini builds an SUV concept

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First drivesRenaultsport Megane 265, basic Porsche 911 Carrera, the first diesel BMW M Car - the 500d xDrive, Vauxhall's madcap Maloo and a 375bhp Ford Focus RS all go under the evo microscope

LettersIncluding several attacks on our well-known anti-Porsche viewpoint, after both 918 and 991 failed to float our boat

Subaru BRZ: the full testDespite its humble power and price tag, the BRZ is one of this year’s most eagerly anticipated cars. We give it its sternest test anywhere, via a 1000-mile road trip through France, a group test against its three toughest foes - Nissan 370Z, Renaultsport Megane 265 and Mazda MX-5 - over Welsh mountain roads, a track battle versus the mighty Megane Trophy and a meeting with its illustrious Impreza Turbo forebear. Is this Subaru’s second coming?

Pagani Zonda 760RSThought you’d seen the last of the Zonda? Think again. We drive the fastest, most outrageous road-going one of the lot

20 things you didn’t know……about the Pagani Zonda. Apparently it nearly became a Lamborghini and can be safely crashed at 199mph (sort of)

Lotus Carlton v M5Two very different supersaloons, separated by two decades. We bring them together – on a derestricted Autobahn

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Lamborghinis on ice – in MongoliaInner Mongolia doesn’t sound like a conventional place to launch a new rear-wheel-drive Gallardo. But this was no conventional launch…

Long-term testsTwo of our most popular long-termers ever have gone. We mourn the loss of the 1M Coupe and the VW California

Evo KnowledgeFancy a bargain Porsche 997? Find out how to buy a good ’un in our full guide

Me and my carThe female graphic designer who terrorises trackdays in her 422bhp Lotus Exige

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