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Effortless Everywhere. A statement that defines the immense capability of a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, but one that also applies to the June edition of TopGear. Not that putting together a magazine is ever an effortless puzzle – there are long distances to cover, connecting flights to rush to, demanding photographers looking for that last shot and exclusive stories itching to be told. But in the end, each page is an effortless journey of our dreams and aspirations – epitomised by Rolls’ first SUV, one that promises no compromise to its architecture of luxury. In a closed-viewing ahead of the media reveal, TopGear was invited for an intimate preview of the car named after the largest rough diamond discovered in the Cullinan mine. On the opposite end, and sure to rattle your bones rather than massage them, is the Fiesta ST. A car TopGear voted as its Car of the Year. Does it live up to expectation and still scratch that hot hatch itch for budget money now that Ford’s built it around a smaller 3-cylinder engine? Our main feature lines up a number of high-octane challenges. I join BMW SA in Spain for the first BMW i8 roadster, marvelling at how seamlessly its updated systems integrate with one another, bringing yet another element to the diversifying i-brand while also making time to visit three different race tracks in different tunes of performance; the Porsche 718 GTS, the Ferrari 488 Pista and the McLaren Senna. Further South African relevance is captured by an interview with Gordon Murray. A free-thinker of design, he talks about his involvement with TVR as just the beginning of his revolutionary iStream business. If anyone can pull it off, we back Gordon Murray to pioneer a new way of manufacturing. Of course all the regular features make up our June edition while be sure to follow us on facebook, twitter and Instagram when your favourite magazine is not easily at hand. Enjoy the read – the Rolls-Royce of motoring magazines is now on sale.

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