evo Magazine: May 2013

Ferrari F12 vs Lamborghini Aventador vs Aston Vanquish, Porsche 911 GT3 group test, Renault Clio 200 Turbo review, Alfa Romeo 4C secrets

The May 2013 issue of evo continues the magazine's new, updated look, with more space for features, a new regular feature - the Art of Speed - and with a familiar guest columnist. Full details below...

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NewsPerformance cars aplenty at the 2013 Geneva motor show, including new McLaren, Lambo and Ferrari supercars

First driveReviews of the Mercedes SLS AMG Black Series, Ford Fiesta ST, Mercedes CLA250, Aston Martin Rapide S, Mini John Cooper Works Paceman and a very special Subaru Impreza

ColumnsHarry's grumpy about the future of cars once again. Howls of protest to the usual address

LettersOn that note, here’s all your reactions to last month’s Harry rant. And a diesel Aston. Maybe

Supercar supertestA Ferrari F12, a Lamborghini Aventador and an Aston Martin Vanquish in the Italian hills. Do group tests get any more epic?

2013 Porsche 911 GT3PDK, rear-wheel steering, £100k - Porsche’s GT3 has never been so controversial. Or as raw and exciting, apparently…

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The best 911 GT3 yetWhile we digest the probable evo Car of the Year for 2013, a comparison of its ancestors seems fitting

New Clio 200 TurboRenault’s turbocharged, flappy-paddled Clio 200 has some cynics to prove wrong. We drive it

R.I.P. manual gearboxA eulogy for the stick shift, with the best and worst examples and some performance comparisons

New Alfa analysed The wee 4C is the most focused Alfa Romeo in decades – it doesn’t even have power steering

Electric supercarsThe BMW i8 and Mercedes SLS ED prove zero emissions are far from zero fun. We get to know both

Icon: BMW M5The original E28 M5 wasn’t lauded in the 1980s. We redress the balance

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Long-term testsThree new arrivals, badged McLaren, Lancia and, erm, Hyundai

evo KnowledgeWind-in-the-eyes thrills with our Ariel Atom buying guide and – if you’ve swallowed your silly pills – where to enjoy it in France

Car dataAll the numbers you’ll ever need

Art of speedWe celebrate the design of the Audi Quattro wheelarch Buy a copy of evo 182 in our online shop

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