Here’s a sneak peek at what you’ll find in MOTOR’s November issue.
On stands this Thursday the issue celebrates the Ford Falcon’s 56 years in Australia with a plethora of special content.
Kicking that off is a 15-page photo-packed feature recapping the greatest moments to define seven generations of Falcons.
Next, Morley swipes the keys to a Falcon XR8 Sprint and stops by Broadmeadows, Geelong, and You Yangs for one last trip down memory lane.
Speaking of fast last Falcons; With the XR6 Turbo finally unleashed in Sprint form, it’s been called up for one last battle on a racetrack with its bigger engine bro – the XR8 Sprint.
Racetracks, of course, have been where much of the Falcon’s legacy was born. Specialist motorsport reporter Mark Fogarty takes us through the Falcon’s prestigious race history.
With five decades to choose from we rank the top 10 Falcons ever to live and breathe, will our list be the same as yours?
Ex-MOTOR editor Ged Bulmer jets to Portugal to judge whether the long wait for Honda’s new NSX was worth it.
If Honda’s twin-turbo V6 hybrid is anything to be reckoned with, it’ll need to prove it to something like McLaren’s 570 GT. We have the two face-off in the hills of Lisbon.
We’ve also driven Nissan’s heavily updated GT-R, Mercedes-AMG’s brutal GT3 racer, and Aston Martin’s DB11, amongst other drool-worthy machinery.
As for our garage, it’s goodbye to our Chrysler’s 300 SRT which leaves us with a question to answer, while our SS-V Redline Ute meets its roided-up, more expensive HSV twin.