For this week's Autocar, we've peered into the Autocar crystal ball to reveal all about the Road Rover, a top-secret, street-biased Mercedes-Benz S-Class rival from Land Rover that's not due out for another two years.
We also look back over the biggest news of the Frankfurt motor show and reveal our top 25 cars. Plus, our man on the show floor, Hilton Holloway, lets you read his diary – the one from Frankfurt, that is.
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Plus, in a tantalising group test, we pit three German legends against close-ranking modern successors. The uber-cool Audi Sport quattro faces the TT S, the iconic E30 BMW M3 has the highly competent 320d to deal with, while the Mercedes-Benz CLK 63 AGM Black Series tries to see off the Mercedes-AMG C63 S Coupé.
It's goodbye to our Jaguar XF 3.0 TDV6 S, so we answer the question we pitched on its arrival: are high-powered diesel saloons still relevant?
A new arrival to the fleet comes in the form of a black Citroën C3, so it gets a full introduction.
And we're racking up the miles in our Honda Civic, which impresses with its responsive steering.
Our Past Master review this week is of a car some of us will have known only through playing Gran Turismo: the Mitsubishi 3000GT. We have a go, for real, in 2017.
After a German-engineered two-seater with unique styling? The Chrysler Crossfire may interest you because, underneath, it shares parts with the first-gen Mercedes SLK - and can be had for as little as £1500.
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