Here’s what you can expect from MOTOR’s latest instalment, our exciting July issue.
Oh, and we also snuck in a preview for Bang For Your Bucks 2017. Get keen!
RETURN OF THE TOYOTA SUPRA: Toyota’s getting rowdy again, this time with the twin-turbo, V6, rear-wheel drive Supra. It’ll be the first hard-hitting road car from the company since… well, the last Supra!
FERRARI FIGHTER | FORD GT DRIVEN: It’s a ‘racecar for the road’ in every way, good and bad. It’s won Le Mans, but can the new Ford GT win us over?
SLIDE RULE | BMW M5: The biggest change for the M5 has arrived. It’s now All-wheel drive… and rear-wheel drive. We get an early taste of the Bavarian bruiser.
LION’S DEN | HSV COLLECTION: We gain access to a jaw-dropping collection of HSV’s finest, owned by one incredibly dedicated mystery fan. Build numbers like 001 and 002 aren’t even the rarest things in here.
TARGA TOUR IN A FERRARI | NEW GTC4LUSSO: The best roads in Australia, closed, a storming V12 and all-wheel drive. We take on Tasmania’s Targa
ALLEY THUG | MERCEDES-AMG E63 S: AMG’s latest supercar sedan has landed on Aussie soil, so Morley straps in to see what’s what.
THE FUTURE OF FORMULA ONE | ROSS BRAWN: He’s dominated F1 as an engineer and a team boss, now Ross Brawn has his hands on the reins.
FIRST FANGS | MCLAREN 570s; AUDI TT RS; PORSCHE 911 GT3 MANUAL; ALFA GIULIA VELOCE: This month, we’ve had our grubby mitts on seven serious performers. From ‘supercars’ to super SUVs.
DREAM FACTORY | BUGATTI CHIRON: Only in a jaw-dropping factory can you build the world’s most incredible car. And whatever you do, keep it down.
AND THE USUALS | GARAGE; GEEK SPEAK; MARKET UPDATES; COLUMNS: It’s not all fast driving and screeching tyres here at MOTOR, we’ve been keeping track of the charts, helping you decide what used bit of fast fun on four wheels you can buy, and letting our usual contributors get their rants in.
Morley’s on about Pizza and Patriots this month, plus we put a new SS V Redline up against a 2008 BMW M3 for the sake of a $60K V8.