WhichCar
Powered by
  • WheelsWheels
  • MOTORMOTOR
  • 4X4 Australia4X4 Australia
  • Street MachineStreet Machine
  • Trade Unique CarsTrade Unique Cars

MOTOR Magazine September 2018 issue preview

By Chris Thompson, 23 Aug 2018 News

MOTOR Magazine September 2018 issue

A peek into the pages of our newest magazine

Here’s your first look at the September issue of MOTOR, full of news, reviews, and features joined by striking design and stunning photography.

You can buy it digitally at Zinio, and find mags at retailers around Australia. Or you can subscribe and save yourself some cash.

Or, if you want to give us feedback and see behind the scenes, you can follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt in San Francisco

We test Ford’s newest take on its movie car heritage with the 345kW Bullitt special edition.

Honda NSX takes on Tassie

We have a damn good time blasting across Tasmania in Honda’s hybrid hero, from Hobart to The Gordon Dam.

2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera sampled in Europe

Aston’s newest hero is meant to be a ‘Super GT’ but will it fit in with the likes of the Ferrari 812 Superfast?

BMW’s M2 and M5 Competitions both thrashed

Top-spec models for two of BMW’s best are inbound to Australia, but we get an early steer in each!

2019 Mercedes-AMG C63 S gets even better

One of MOTOR’s favourite cars has changed, getting a new style, more tech, and maybe even becoming a better car to live with.

AMG GT C vs Aston Martin Vantage vs Porsche Carrera 4 GTS

If the Vantage looks to steal the muscled-up sports car crown, it needs to take down two very important stalwarts first.

Interview: Supercars CEO Sean Seamer

The man behind Supercars’ new direction is NZ-born Seamer. Does he have what it takes to keep Australia’s premier category on the up-and-up?

How to buy a Toyota MR2

The classic ‘supercar-styled’ sports car from Toyota was the mid-engined competition to the MX-5, and we tell you what to look for in a good one.

Inside the new Renault Mégane RS

This might be the car to knock the Honda Civic Type R off its perch. We take a dive into the details before its Aussie arrival.

MOTOR’s Garage: Honda Civic Type R and Hyundai i30 N

Our long-term residents are making themselves comfortable in the MOTOR garage, with track time and tech talk across the board.

And more!

There’s still plenty more to enjoy in the new issue, from columns, regular features, news and reviews, and of course the ever-present Hot Source.