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Dallara Stradale Revealed

Racing car maker unveils first road car: lightweight, 405hp Ford-powered, and perfect for trackdays

3 mins read
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March - April 2018

Barely Legal

The new Porsche 911 GT3 is the closest thing to a racing car that can be driven on public roads. Be careful what you wish for.

9 mins read
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Vol 77 - July-August 2017

Against The Clock

Bruntingthorpe

2 mins read
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Vol 77 - July-August 2017

Volkswagen Golf R

The mildest of makeovers make the revised Golf R more than ever the performance car that does it all

3 mins read
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Vol 77 - July-August 2017

Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster

AMG’s new GT C has much of the hardware of the R, but with a more rounded character. available first in Roadster form, it could be the best AMG GT yet

4 mins read
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Vol 77 - July-August 2017

McLaren 570S Track Pack

We’d love to see a Longtail version of the 570, but in the meantime this trackday-focused package of enhancements will do very nicely

4 mins read
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Vol 77 - July-August 2017

BMW M4 CS

It’s been a bumpy ride – both literally and metaphorically – for the F82-generation M4, but in the CS is the M division finally giving us the car we all Crave?

4 mins read
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Vol 77 - July-August 2017

BMW M5 (F90)

The covers don’t come off BMW’s latest supersaloon until September, but we’ve already sampled its power – and its new drivetrain.

5 mins read
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Vol 77 - July-August 2017

Professor Power

Few people understand internal combustion engines like Professor Jamie Turner, so we ask him how manufacturers will get more power from them in the future, before looking at the tricks engine tuners use for those who simply can’t wait.

4 mins read
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Vol 76 - May-Jun 2017

Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet

The topless 911 may not be as focused as the more hard-core fixed roof variants but it offers an altogether different driving experience that can be just as enjoyable.

3 mins read
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Vol 76 - May-Jun 2017

Kia Niro Hybrid

The first hybrid from the Korean carmaker should give the toyota Prius a lot to think about as it cuts a very convincing figure.

4 mins read
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Vol 76 - May-Jun 2017

Honda Civic Type R

Honda dragged its feet with the previous-generation Civic Type R. This time we’re getting one almost from the get-go, but how much has changed?

5 mins read
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Vol 76 - May-Jun 2017

Fast 50

As Mercedes-AMG celebrates 50 years as the ultimate performance brand in the German carmaker’s line-up, we examine how a name synonymous with racing has also injected serious muscle into some of the world’s greatest road cars.

5 mins read
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Vol 76 - May-Jun 2017

Electric Vehicle Myths Busted

Think Singapore isn’t ready for electric cars? Think again. We dispel the most common myths that might be keeping you from making the switch to petrol-free motoring.

4 mins read
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Vol 76 - May-Jun 2017

Porsche 911 Carrera GTS

The new 911 GTs is the best 991-series carrera that you can currently buy – provided you choose the correct variant and the right options.

6 mins read
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Vol 75 - March-April 2017

Mercedes-AMG C 43 4Matic

A less manic but still impressive C-Class AMG could be the thinking man’s muscle car.

3 mins read
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Vol 75 - March-April 2017

Flash Drive

The range-topping Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid is the second plug-in hybrid in the current line up and set its sights on the Tesla Model S P100D.

3 mins read
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Vol 75 - March-April 2017

BMW M760Li xDrive

The fastest-accelerating Bmw road car to date isn’t all that it claims to be.

3 mins read
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Vol 75 - March-April 2017

Red Alert

Scottish mountain roads, alive with the sound of an F355’s flat-plane-crank V8… If you like your red cars compact, lithe and gorgeous, it doesn’t get much better than this.

9 mins read
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Vol 74 - February 2017

Opposites Attract

They’re poles apart in execution, but the new Lotus Evora Sport 410 and revised Nissan GT-R have a shared purpose. So how do they compare?

10 mins read
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Vol 74 - February 2017

24 Heaven

No ferries, said Ferrari, or racetracks, and no more than 480 kilometres. And 24 hours maximum. So, what to do with a 780hp F12tdf for the day?

9 mins read
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Vol 74 - February 2017

Great Expectations

Audi claims its latest TT RS is a serious contender, Porsche that its new fourcylinder 718 Cayman S is still the pick of its class, while BMW’s M2 has all the ingredients to be the best sports coupe of all. So which wins the fight?

10+ mins read
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Vol 74 - February 2017

The Next Small Thing?

The diminutive Citroën C1 looks set to replace the ageing 2CV as the budget racer of choice. But first it has to prove itself, as does evo’s racing debutant Will Beaumont, in a 24-hour endurance event

7 mins read
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January 2017

The Gloves Are Off

THE STEERING WHEEL isn’t just unusually small.

6 mins read
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January 2017

The Art Of Poise

​Between them these cars weigh a whisker under five tons, yet Bentley claims they still offer something for the driving enthusiast. Chassis boss Matthew Unsworth tells evo how this is possible.

7 mins read
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January 2017

Mercedes-Benz SLC 200

Formerly known as the SLK, the little roadster ups its game to keep up with the likes of the Audi TT and Porsche 718 Boxster.

3 mins read
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January 2017

P1 GTR

The fastest car we’ve timed at Anglesey Circuit is the Radical RXC Turbo 500 with a lap of 1:10.5. Can the P1 GTR go faster?

2 mins read
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December 2016

Seat Ibiza 1.0 EcoTSI

Entry to Seat ownership begins with this three-cylinder turbocharged compact hatch that proves it’s not a bad place to start.

2 mins read
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December 2016

Porsche 718 Cayman S

It’s long been the sweet-spot in porsche’s model line-up, but has turbocharging affected the cayman’s appeal?

3 mins read
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August 2016

Driving the future of safety

Rear-view mirrors and safety helmets have been the staples of driving and riding safety respectively. BMW reckons it can improve on this technology which has been in place for the past 100 years or so.

6 mins read
evo Singapore
August 2016