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The future of BMW: MOTOR Magazine December 2019 issue preview

By Chris Thompson, 14 Nov 2019 News

MOTOR Magazine December 2019 issue preview news

New issue of MOTOR previews the future of BMW’s M3 and M4

Is this what the future of BMW’s fast cars looks like? BMW’s divisive new grille (destined for the M4 rather than the M3, we’ve now learned), could mark a drastic move away from the traditional kidney shape.

We’ve got the full report, plus all the other details of the next M3 and M4 you could want!

But that’s not all the December 2019 issue of MOTOR Magazine offers, and if you want to know about the next Porsche 911 Turbo S, or see a Ferrari V8 celebration like no other, read on!

You can find MOTOR at retailers around Australia. Or you can subscribe and save yourself some cash, there’s even a (cheaper!) digital subscription option.

Subscribers often receive their mags earlier, so you’ll get to see what MOTOR has to offer before anyone else.

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THE NEWS – New BMWs plus Rodin’s F1 track car and Hyundai’s drift van!

DRIVES – Mustang GT500, Widebody Charger, VW T-Roc R and a 560kW Camaro

FAST CHARGE – Tesla Model 3 Performance driven

Out on Victoria’s winding roads with Elon’s newest and fastest green machine.

HATCH MATCH – AMG A45 S vs BMW M135i xDrive

Does Bavaria’s new 1 Series punch hard enough to match AMG’s insane A45 S?

MOTOR review: AMG A45 S first drive

FERRARI V8 SUPERSTARS – 348 GTC, 360 Stradale, 430 Scuderia, 459 Speciale, 488 Pista

We pick the best of five generations of the Prancing Horse’s track inspires ‘special series’.

MOTOR review: 488 Pista

WARP NINE – Porsche 992 911 Turbo Cabriolet

Stuttgart recharges its 911 Turbo for the 992 series, so we hitch a ride with the mad scientists behind it.


We blow out the candles on a century of ball-tearing Bentleys the only way we know how.

MOTOR feature: Bentley and the rise of GT3 racing


As the new M3 approaches, we take to the hills in an F80 CS to remember the BMW M3 as we know it.

Celebrating driver's cars: M3 CS

AND MORE – Garage, columns, Tech Talk, and Hot Source

All the information you need, the rants you want, the science behind Hennessey’s ballistic 1355kW V8, plus our 308 GTi meets a mountain and we take a close look at our Abarth 124.