IF YOU’VE taken the time to think about the future of motoring, and we mean properly think about it, you’ll no doubt be feeling a little confused – apprehensive, even.
For petrolheads, pondering what our cars and roads might look like in 10, 20 or even 30 years’ time throws up many question marks, and one certainty: whether you realise it or not, we’re in the midst of a transport revolution.
Electrification and autonomy are other certainties, but what comes next? And what does it mean for enthusiasts? People who actually care about driving?
These are the questions at the centre of our new issue, out today. It’s the first Wheels Future Issue; a magazine that cuts through all of the noise and marketing hype to clarify exactly what’s coming our way.
Some of it will be challenging, but there’s good news embedded within too. Flick through the above gallery for a taste.
This issue also sees our second subscriber cover, that rewards our loyal subscriber base with a pared-back look.
Also in the issue:
- Electric F-Type: We reveal Jaguar’s plans to ditch petrol power for its all-new sportscar
- Tested: Audi RS5 v BMW M4 Pure v Mercedes-Benz C63 S
- Taming the Widow Maker: Porsche’s 911 GT2 RS driven
- We drive the future of motorsport: Formula E
- SUV Megatest: Peugeot 3008 v Holden Equinox v Honda CR-V v Mazda CX-5 v VW Tiguan v Nissan X-Trail
- Our garage: Honda CR-V, Renault Megane, Lexus LC, Kia Picanto, Hyundai i30 SR, Volvo V90, Mini Countryman
- Explained: Tungsten-coated brake discs
- Plus … Columnists, Marketplace, Showroom and this month’s motoring news