WHEELS is undergoing a major revamp, with a brand-new look, better paper stock and new sections.
The relaunched Wheels magazine will be on sale January 31, and the changes are generated by the most important cog in our wheel – you. Our readers stated in no uncertain terms that they wanted to see more car culture when we ran our hugely-subscribed Wheels survey last year.To answer the call we have introduced the new ‘Overrun’ section.
Following the regular news section of the mag, and preceding our in-depth first drive reviews, Overrun is a place to celebrate everything that makes being a car enthusiast great.
We’ll be chatting to motoring icons in a series of unique and insightful profiles. There will also be investigations into the issues that matter most to you, where we will delve to the core of the topic to provide information you won’t find elsewhere. Overrun will also be a home for fantastically left-field aspects of car culture.
While Wheels will continue to focus on the best new metal you can buy today, Overrun will be where we celebrate cars of years past in an ongoing series called Modern Classic. An icon from the ‘80s, ‘90s and ‘00s will be featured every month, and we’ll examine what made them legends, or perhaps why they’re due their moment in the sun.
Pick up our first issue of the year on January 31, and make sure to tell us what you think of the new section.
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