24 August 2010
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Which of the various mega-horsepower supercars is the fastest of all? We pit the Mercedes SLS against the Lexus LFA and the Nissan GT-R against the Porsche 911 Turbo S to see which car can claim that title. But to claim the crown, the winners of the two head-to-heads will also have to beat a special challenger from Britain... Jamie Corstorphine is your referee.

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2 February 2013

The ride is firm but well controlled, too, and the handling composed, even if the vRS doesn’t offer the lightning steering reactions of a Cup. Still, it’s cheaper than the Renault and Skoda is offering an estate version as well as a hatch. You might not love the new vRS, then, but it’s impossible to hate. Smile

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