This week's issue of Autocar is jam-packed with variety, from the official first details of the new BMW M3 and BMW M4, through to a full road test of the new Range Rover Sport and an 18-page special on Britain's best affordable everyday driver's cars.
The latest on BMW's M3 and M4 includes the latest engine details, inside information on the cars' innovative weight-saving programme and an insight from the passenger seat into whether the new turbocharged engine will actually sound good enough to sit in such historic cars. Be warned, however, that the verdict on the latter is a serious worry...
Other news highlights include the official tech details of the new Mini Mk3, first details of the new Mazda MX-5 and the Alfa Romeo version of the same car and the latest on the new Citroen Cactus line of sophisticated but simple cars.
We also interview Richard Noble ahead of the 30th anniversary of his record-breaking land speed record run in Thrust 2, in which he talks through how he ran at more than 600mph 11 times and how he'd do it again if he were given the chance.