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The Wheels 2020 Yearbook issue is here!

By Chris Thompson, 07 Dec 2020 News

Wheels Magazine Yearbook 2020

The final Wheels issue of 2020 has hit the shelves

Well, 2020 certainly has been a year. We’re glad to see the end of it, not least because it means our Yearbook 2020 issue has hit the shelves, and your mailbox if you’re one of our subscribers!

If that’s you, you can pretty much stop reading here and go read the magazine, but if you’re tossing up whether or not to buy this issue, let us give you a cheeky little peek between the pages.

Get a subscription to Wheels Magazine right here!

Wheels Yearbook 2020 covers

First, as our retail cover may have given away, the new Subaru BRZ is revealed to the world, so we’ve taken a dive into it and brought you all the first official photos.

If you’re a subscriber, your cover will instead have a stunning shot (by Alastair Brook) of the Ferrari F8 Tributo exploring Victoria the day after Stage 4 COVID restrictions eased to allow us to undertake such a drive.

Also this issue, we speak rather frankly to former Supercars driver (and champion) Scott McLaughlin about his next step into the world of Indy. “I hope you’re quoting me on this, because it needs to be said…”

Scott McLaughlin

The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is also present between the pages of our new issue, as we sample the car that so often heralds what the future of motoring will be like.

In the USA, our correspondents take charge of a new Chevrolet C8 Corvette and one Porsche 911 Carrera to see if the former has any chance at being a challenger to the latter.

Closer to home, and most of our wallets, we set the new Kia Sorento against an SUV benchmark in the form of the Mazda CX-9.

Reckon MG can make a good EV SUV? We wanted to find out too, so we drove one.

MG ZS EV

There’s plenty more in this issue, too. The new Golf R, our columnists, tech dives, the features and data you expect from Wheels, and the industry insight you won’t find elsewhere.