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MOTOR magazine March issue preview

By MOTOR Staff, 01 Mar 2017 News

2017 March issue preview cover

New issue hits stands in store and online

Now that MOTOR March has hit stands online and in store, do you fancy a sneak peek of Australia’s favourite fast car magazine’s latest issue? Well, step this way…

As the cover reveals, this month we crawl over HSV’s GTSR W1 – the fastest, most powerful and expensive Australian car – and unleash its 474kW/815Nm at Phillip Island.

HSV GTSR W1The story behind Kia’s Stinger GT, its new fast four-door which readies a twin-turbo V6 with 272kW and rear-drive at Australia.

Kia Stinger GTDriving Lamborghini’s newest mad Bull, the Huracan Performante, that uses cutting edge aero deliver track-crushing pace.

Lambroghini Huracan PerformanteBMW’s shiny new M6 GT3 had its eyes on the Bathurst prize, but the Mountain had other ideas. We get up close with the number 7 car before Ingall binned it.

BMW M6 GT3We hop on-board Ford’s GT, its ballistic Le Mans racer poised to take the fight to McLaren and Ferrari on road.

Ford GTToyota’s put its 86 through a significant update for 2017, so can the under the skin keep it punching above its weight?

2017 Toyota 86Skoda’s Octavia and Subaru’s Levorg GT-S go boot to boot, but only one is worthy of true praise.

Skoda Octavia v Subaru LevorgWinning Dakar doesn’t happen by chance. We take a look behind the scenes of Peugeot Sport’s mammoth operation.

Peugeot Sport Dakar winnerWe also take our resident MX-5 for a skid, while also stretching our long-term Mercedes-Benz C43’s legs

mx-5 long termAnd much, much more cracking fast car content, why carbon ceramic brakes are the best stoppers you can buy, all the coolest gear for sale, and incoming fast metal. 

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