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WhichCar Weekly podcast episode 65 now live

By Daniel Gardner, 16 Aug 2020 Podcast

Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG

Vehicles we would love to hate but can’t, and one we all love unconditionally

Have you ever jumped behind the wheel of a car fully expecting to hate it but actually inexplicably loving it? The WhichCar Weekly team certainly has and in this week’s episode, Andy, Dan and Scott reveal the cars that surprised them in the best possible way.



Obviously there’s the plethora of 5h1tboxes that you might be expecting but, among the typical candidates, there are a couple of premium players that have fallen into the same category despite having been crucified by the majority that drove them.

But from seriously controversial and decisive cars, the panel turn their attention to one that will most likely unite them.

2013 Proton Suprima S

BMW has revealed more juicy information about its imminent M3 and M4 feisty fraternal twins and there’s one particular revelation that has the chaps beside themselves with excitement.

Is it the power figures, the performance potential, the colour palette, price, or piston count? Tune in to find out.

Read next: What happened to Proton?
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