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Allow TopGearSA to redefine towing. Until now, towing has been a chore. A nuisance. This month’s main feature spectacularly debunks that perception with an awesome gathering of power and exclusivity. And as the story evolved we realised this had grown from a test between a combination of effortless heft that later uncouples as twisty road excitement, into a deeper understanding of how the performance SUV has saved the supercar. Later in the magazine we head to the Nurburgring to witness Porsche dismantle the outright record with the derestricted 919 EVO, then get our hands on the raw data and compare it against the Porsche GT2 RS. If you’re a fan of cornering speeds and mind-boggling stats, this one’s for you. Chris Harris even has a go in Porsche’s Le Mans winner. We ask the question whether the all-wheel drive BMW M5 can replace the lifestyle role of the X5 M by taking it on a mountain bike adventure in the morning and a surfing jaunt in the afternoon while elsewhere BMW invited us to drive Competition versions of the M2 and the M5 ahead of local debut. Those reviews plus road tests on Bentley Bentayga V8 petrol, Hyundai Tucson and Mercedes A-Class. Toyota isn’t ready to disclose the Supra’s full identity to the public but we drove the nearly-complete prototype version just in time for this deadline – making TopGearSA the only magazine to have the full story this month. Fans of Fast and Furious will be holding their breath for this one. We hope you enjoy the latest magazine and do follow us on digital and social media throughout the month.
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