Welcome to the latest episode of the WhichCar Weekly podcast. Glad you could join us.
This week regular host Daniel Gardner is sadly unwell so MOTOR Associate Editor Scott Newman has taken his place and is joined by a terrible twosome from Wheels, Deputy Editor Andy Enright and Staff Writer Cameron Kirby.
The trio kick off by examining the new Porsche 992 911, the launch of which both Scott and Andy attended in Adelaide recently. Andy runs us through the main technical highlights and delivers a verdict on the latest version of the iconic sports car.
Stinkbugs are causing havoc in Australian motoring at the moment and Cam explains why these critters are such a big deal. Scott then gets his rant on at the paranoia of supercar manufacturers who keep turning down requests to performance test their vehicles.
Speaking of supercars, Andy is both happy and sad having returned his McLaren 570GT long-termer and reveals what it’s like to live with a supercar day-in, day-out, which leads to a discussion of what the ideal long-term vehicle would be.
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