evo Magazine: September 2013

McLaren F1 v Pagani Zonda v Ferrari F40 v F50 v Porsche Carrera GT v Noble M600 v Lamborghini Murcielago SV

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News The Bugatti Veyron and the Audi Quattro are this month’s comeback kids, while there’s also a BTCC mid-season updateFirst drivesNissan 370Z, Maserati Ghibli, Kia Proceed GT, Porsche Panamera 4S and a host of other new cars get the evo once-over ColumnsMetcalfe’s not happy about carmakers’ sales strategies, while Porter gets on their case about nods towards history LettersHarry’s column on carbonfibre bling had you nodding in agreement this month

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Analogue supercarsWe celebrate the best drivers’ supercars ever made with one of our most star-studded group tests ever: F40, F50, Murciélago SV, Zonda F, M600, Carrera GT and F1… Jaguar C-X75 drivenIt’s the car that could have challenged the P1 and LaFerrari… until Jaguar pulled it from production late last year. Richard Meaden gets behind the wheel of the C-X75 hybrid prototypeLord Drayson’s electric dreamMeet the former government minister turned land speed record-breaker who is hard at work bringing electric technology into motorsport£50K Roadster group testLotus’s new Exige Roadster is put to the test against the three biggest rivals in its class: the basic F-type V6, the Porsche Boxster S and the Mercedes SLK55 AMGRally car on the roadCan the undoubted king of the stage be king of the road as well? Henry (who else?) tries the brand-new Ford Fiesta R5, part of the bright new future for international rallyingA45 AMG v M135iMerc’s new giant-slayer has 355bhp and four-wheel drive – but can it knock the BMW off its premium hatch perch?

Long-Term tests We say goodbye to one of the most‑used Murciélagos anywhere in the world

evo knowledgeDerided when new, the Mitsubishi Evo X is becoming a hidden gem. Find out how to go about buying one Art of SpeedThe TVR Sagaris spoiler that a Ferrari F1 boffin pooh-poohed

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