evo Magazine: February 2014

Mega Porsches - Every Porsche hypercar driven. Rare GT1 road car and Le Mans winner tested, 959 v Carrera GT, new 918 Spyder driven

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News Feast your eyes on Ford’s new right-hand-drive Mustang and see if you agree with our highs and lows of 2013

First drivesAlpina D3 Biturbo, Audi S3 saloon, Range Rover Hybrid, Renaultsport Clio 200 Turbo (non-Cup), 2014 Nissan GT-R and more go under the evo microsope

ColumnsRichard Meaden is worried about his Sunday afternoons, while Porter likes the new Mini in spite of the marketing. Dario’s back, too LettersIn our new feature, Talking Point, we ask whether the new GT-R Nismo is worth the extra money over the standard car. You give us the answer

Porsche 918 SpyderThe waiting is finally over as we get to try the production version of Porsche’s hybrid supercar on road and track Porsche 959 Sport & Carrera GTHenry Catchpole ponders what connects these two iconic Porsche supercars (the answer’s just below, as it happens…)  

Porsche 911 GT1We drive the rare road version of a car that rewrote endurance racing rules and links the Porsche 959 to the Carrera GT

Future of the performance carWe look into our crystal ball and see a future that’s small and efficient

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Audi RS4 AvantsAn unconventional Jethro Bovingdon fails to mention Labradors or antique dealers but does get some oversteer

Forza 5 v Real LifeIs there any need to go to a trackday or is it just as much fun to sit at home on the Xbox?

Corvette StingrayMike Duff drives the new Vette on Route 66

TWR Jaguar XJSMany said it would never happen but Dickie has found a way – there’s an XJS in evo

Long-term testsTwo Celicas this month: Matthew Hayward introduces his GT-Four and Henry recalls a Castrol-liveried one

evo knowledgeEver fancied a Suzuki Swift Sport? If so, we tell you what to look for

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Art of speedThe Pagani Huayra’s wing mirrors: has carbonfibre ever been more beautifully wrought?

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