In this week's issue we welcome the new BMW M2 Competition, which arrives with more power and focus than its predecessor - a car that is still regarded as one of the finest sports cars on the road.
There's also our first verdict on the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class as it arrives with loads more kit and sharper looks. Plus, we spill the beans on Ford's hybrid Focus plans.
Are car makers ready to face the upcoming WLTP tests? Autocar speaks to bosses of some of the biggest brands to get their takes.
And is Rimac really destined to be the world's premiere electric hypercar maker? The Croatian firm's head of sales explains why it's future is bright.
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Then we slip into Ferrari's new 488 Pista to see how its new track-focused supercar squares up.
As the Beijing motor show approaches, we examine the Chinese car market with a list of its car makers from A to Z.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate departs the fleet so we provide a final verdict.
Our Hyundai i30 N is let loose in N mode, providing us with plenty of smiles (but annoying the neighbours in the morning).
Plus, the Audi TT RS has turned into the village bicycle - which has provided its custodian with a wide range of opinions to consider.
The first Vauxhall Astra VXR has become a real bargain, so we provide you with a helping hand to find a smart used buy.
Plus there are buying tips on used Alfa Romeos, which often rank as some of the best-value and best-looking used buys on the market.
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