A new issue of Australia’s best fast car magazine has been upon the public, so get your hands on our current pages, available in stores and at Zinio online.
On the cover you’ll find one of the most wicked Mustangs around. It was built by Corsa Specialised Vehicles, which is well on the way to bestowing 600kW and 800Nm upon it. Watch out, W1.
Porsche’s 911 GT3 no longer has the road-racer segment to itself, with the Marcedes-AMG GT R keen for a fight to settle the score.
‘LS the world’ is most definitely the philosophy of mad US tuners Flyin’ Miata. We take a look at their insane V8-powered MX-5.
If you’re after six-pot performance in a sensible suit, look no further as we compare four of Europe’s best stealth sedans.
KTM’s X-Bow looks like it’s landed from outer space, but can it help us hunt down evidence of UFOs?
We follow Munich’s mightiest compact sedan, the BMW M3, through the generations.
Our “very lucky boy” Morley gets a proper drive in HSV’s $170 super sedan – on the road.
Our overworked Editor DC managed to unchain himself from his desk to go for a long drive in the fastest Jag ever – the F-Type SVR.
We caught Mopar madness with the release of the Dodge Challenger Demon, and that was fed once again by the rumours of the Trackhawk arriving downunder.
We wonder what could have been if FPV had decided to make its mark on one of Ford’s hi-po ‘Stangs. Sadly, it’ll never be…
Our long-term MX-5 2.0-litre GT heads back out into the world as we say goodbye to the incredibly fun drop-top.
We discover the advantages of our long-term Mercedes-AMG C43 compared to its thundering C63 S big brother.
Though we don’t really need much reason for a good drive, the first Drive Against Depression gave us a good reason to get out for a run in our long-term Octavia RS wagon.