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Ferrari 458 SPECIALE v McLaren 650S v Porsche 911 GT3 The current Holy Trinity stakes claim to all the glory in the go faster world. At half the price of the 458 Speciale and the 650S, can the 911 be a serious challenger? BMW M4 v JAGUAR F-TYPE V6S The Jaguar F-type V6S bares its claws in face of the all-new BMW M4 in Portugal. AUDI RS 5 V RS 7 Two of the most lustworthy Audis in the country lock speedos enter a cricket stadium! ‘Right off the bat’ takes a whole new meaning. HINDUSTAN AMBASSADOR Remember that massive white car your grandfather had? An ode to the iconic car that was once India’s automotive milestone. SCORPIO v SAFARI STORME v XUV500 v ECOSPORT v DUSTER Investigating the popularity of \\\'affordable\\\' SUVs among both the politicos and the hoi polloi. LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR The V12-engined Lamborghini Aventador on a world-class F1 circuit. Doesn’t really get better, does it? DRIVEN It\\\'s raining Mercs this month as we drive the diesel powered S-Class, the S350 CDI and anniversary editions of the A-Class and B-Class. Nissan gave us a chance to drive its updated Sunny, and we also had some fun driving Isuzu\\\'s D-Max pick-up. BMW S 1000 R The formidable BMW S 1000 R finally lands up on our shores. Is it as mental as its fully-faired version? HARLEY-DAVIDSON STREET 750 v HYOSUNG AQUILA PRO Harley’s Street 750 is one of the most promising entry-level cruisers yet. Will Hyosung’s capable Aquila Pro be able to hold a candle? KEN BLOCK When DC Shoes co-founder Ken Block took up rallying and stunt driving, he wasn’t content to stay a mere amateur. With success and fame attained, he reveals the story behind his devotion to cars.

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