WhichCar Weekly podcast episode 32 now live

It’s time for the weekly WhichCar podcast, this episode of which is all about speed

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MOTOR Associate Editor Scott Newman is joined by Wheels Staff Writer Cameron Kirby and Unique Cars Staff Writer Alex Affat and the trio open the bidding with the 50th Anniversary of the Nissan GT-R. MOTOR created a dedicated magazine to celebrate this anniversary and Alex is not only an R32 GT-R owner but recently attended a Nissan Australia event where he drove four generations of GT-R (R32-R35).

Next up, talk turns to Bugatti and the remarkable speed record it set this week with a prototype Chiron Super Sport. With Le Mans winner Andy Wallace behind the wheel the Bugatti clocked more than 490km/h (304mph), but is this important? Do we care? Is it that coolest thing that’s ever happened?

Last but certainly not least, this week the long-awaited all-electric Porsche Taycan was revealed in Turbo and Turbo S guise. Wait, an electric car called a Turbo? We discuss whether this is a terrible idea and whether an electric Porsche should have Tesla worried. Please subscribe and rate the episode and you can listen on iTunes, Podbean or your favourite podcast app if you’re on the go. Until next week.

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