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MOTOR Magazine November 2018 Issue preview

By MOTOR Staff, 18 Oct 2018 News

MOTOR Magazine November 2018 Issue preview news

SVJ, 992 911, 22B, ZR1… this is an exciting issue

New month, new mag. This one’s packed with a broad range of fast cars from all over the world, and from the past, present, and even future.

You can find our gorgeous mags at retailers around Australia. Or you can subscribe and save yourself some cash, there’s even a digital subscription.

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Enjoy!

2019 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ review
Full noise in Lamborghini’s road racer – and the current holder of the Nürburgring production car lap record.

2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 review
We head to the land of the free to fang The General’s supercharged V8 track toy. 563kW, anyone?

2019 Porsche 992 911 Carrera S prototype driven
We score exclusive pre-launch access to the driver’s seat of the next 911. Can Porsche continue to improve on perfection?

Celebrating 30 Years of STI
Knockout punch, rally pedigree, and an epic sound. It’s time to champion Subaru’s go-fast arm with three of its best: Legacy RS RA; WRX 22B STI; Impreza WRX STI Type R.

2019 Toyota Supra prototype driven
The turbo-six, rear-drive Supra proves the theory that good things come to those who wait – and wait we have.

2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo vs Mercedes-AMG S63 L
High-tech V8s and supercars speeds will have you wanting to kick the chauffer out of the driver’s seat in either of these lunatic limos.

Interview with Larry Holt: Mr Ford GT
Larry Holt heads part of a billion-dollar business, runs the Ford GT program, and remains just a little bit crazy.

2018 Lotus Evora GT430 track review
Stripped out and dripping with carbon, the Evora GT430 is the ultimate Lotus road racer.

Long term updates: Honda Civic Type R and Hyundai i30 N
Our PCOTY/BFYB silverware-holder takes to the track under Editor DC, with fun following closely. Also, Associate Ed. Scott dives into how a certain former BMW M boss’ influence shows in the Namyang hot hatch.

News, opinions, and regular features

All the usual fun stuff sticks around, including the silly stuff we want to spend money on, the numbers behind every fast or fun car on sale, Morley’s rant, Tim Keen’s tongue-in-cheek musings, and our breakdown of everything happening in the world of fast cars right now.

Head out and pick up a copy, or subscribe and save some dosh!