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We’re on the Grand Touring this month with the Ferrari Portofino on our fave driving road, the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera in the Austrian Alps, the BMW M2 Competition causing a riot in our office and 11 SUVs slugging it out for honours. Portofino: It’s Ferrari’s entry sportscar but we discover there’s no such thing as a baby Ferrari after power oversteering up our fave driving road. Aston Martin special: We got a glimpse of the DBX SUV but our opinions are embargoed. What we can tell you is just how spectacular the DBS Superleggera is on Austria’s most spectacular alpine pass, divulge all the secrets of the AM-RB 003 limited-run mid-engined supercar engineered with Red Bull Racing and the Vanquish Vision concept that previews the Ferrari 488-rival. Mega SUV special: In the compact SUV segment the Mahindra XUV 300 takes on the Ford EcoSport, Maruti Suzuki Brezza and Tata Nexon. The Tata Harrier faces off against the Creta, XUV 500 and Jeep Compass. The Creta also has the Nissan Kicks keeping it honest. And we have the Mahindra Alturas G4 taking on the Ford Endeavour and Toyota Fortuner. BMW M2 Competition: It’s the best M car you can buy today! Motorcycles: We sample the upgraded Bajaj Dominar, which has been spending time in the gym. We pit the new BMW F 850 GS against its ‘Funduro’ grandad, the F 650 from two decades ago. And we have the MT-15, which is Yamaha's way of bringing the MT moniker to the masses. Plus much more including JK Tyres’ return to rallying and the Polo rear-engined RX track special.

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