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2023 Porsche 911 GTS Manual 992

If, instead of Porsche’s impressive facility in Stuttgart, the 992 911 family was actually grown on vines and finished in oak barrels, the Carrera would be a fresh young riesling and the Carrera S would be a bold durif, while the Turbo siblings would sit on the top shelf in grappa bottles.

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300-Mile test: Volkswagen’s ID. Buzz explores Denmark and Sweden

Forget the disappointing ID.3 and 4 – this is a chance for VW to bring some magic to the world of EVs, by tapping into its funky history.

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2023 KIA Sonet 1.0 T-GDI 7DCT EX

Turbocharged tyke. A touch of turbocharging breathes new life into Kia’s baby crossover

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2023 Porsche 911 Sport Classic 992

Porsche’s 911 Sport Classic 992 is back, with Turbo power, rear-wheel drive and a manual gearbox – and it’s every bit as good as that sounds.

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2023 Bentley Bentayga S

Reworked chassis results in the best-driving version of Bentley’s SUV yet

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1956 Bentley S1

Cars can leave a profound impression on our childhood, and as car enthusiasts we can probably all think of one we wish our parents had never sold. David Watt did better than that – he bought it and brought it home.

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2023 Mercedes-AMG C43 W206

The brawn ultimatum. Yes, you can still get a rapid saloon. No, it won’t have a big-bore V6.

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2023 Kia Niro EV UK-spec SG2

Haste disposal. Slower it may be, but the latest Kia EV is better in every way than the old one.

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A brief history of Jensen

The Jensen name is so closely associated with only one model – the Interceptor – that the rest of their 90-year history is almost forgotten. Not here!

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2000 Mercedes-Benz Vision SLA Concept

The SLK/SLC Roadster is sorely missed from the Mercedes-Benz range, having been a part of the line-up since the R170 generation’s introduction in 1996

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NSU Spider

Elsewhere in this issue you can read all about how the NSU Ro80 wasn't the fragile horror that it's often made out to be, but here's where the Wankel rotary engine started; with the NSU Spider, which was the first production car to feature such motive power. Launched in 1964, the Spider was a two-seater convertible with a rear-mounted engine. That engine was a single-rotor unit that put out 50bhp, and the more you revved it the smoother it became. Red-lined at 6000rpm, it was possible to spin it all the way to 8000rpm, and presumably self-destruction soon after.

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1976 Tyrrell P34 memorable Formula 1 racecar

If the Formula One circus wasn’t already reeling from the shock of big-haired drivers sporting pork chop sideburns and man-medallions, nothing could prepare them for the arrival of the six-wheeled Tyrrell P34 in 1976

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2023 BMW X7 xDrive40d M Sport Automatic G07

Not only is the X7 BMW’s largest SUV (for now), it can also carry the largest number of passengers, with space for seven in comfort. Eclipsing even the X5, which can also be ordered in seven-seat guise, The X7 boasts an additional 229mm of length, of which 130mm has been added into the wheelbase. Measuring over 5.1 metres long, it’s a bit of a beast and first went on sale in 2019, initially with a choice of 261bhp xDrive30d or mighty 394bhp M50d engines.

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