evo magazine latest issue – 307 on sale now

The March issue of Evo is available now from your local newsagent, supermarket or grocery store, or you can order a copy direct from us online shop.

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Issue 307 – what’s inside

If you’ve been concerned about the state of the high-performance car in 2023, our latest issue might put an end to any major concerns. In Evo In 307 we bring together the most extreme hypercars, hot hatchbacks, fast station wagons and even a few homegrown heroes in one jam-packed edition.

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Our cover story features two record-breaking hypercars: the Rimac Nevera and the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport. Not only do they represent the pinnacle of engineering and high-performance development, but they come together now as a new collaboration between the two hypercar makers has been born for their future generations. For now though, Steve Sutcliffe is just trying to avoid sensory overload as he pushes them both to extremes on dramatic Croatian roads.

Next comes a reckoning for the new FL5 Honda Civic Type R. It’s already impressed us on the track and the slick roads of continental Europe, but the real test is how it’ll negotiate the Scottish borders with John Barker at the wheel. To make it even more challenging, we’ve also brought in three main competitors that it must also usurp to reclaim its hot hatchback crown.

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Jethro Bovingdon will be behind the wheel of the new M3 Touring, a car that has been on the wish list of BMW fans for generations. Of course, to succeed as a brilliantly fast estate car, it must defeat the current king, Audi’s magnificent RS6. Jethro has finally told us the full story of his 996.3 project 911 as well. Based on a relatively unremarkable arenared 996 911 Carrera, after years in workshops it has undergone quite a transformation which is now pretty much complete.

Last but not least, Richard Meaden has embarked on a new groundbreaking adventure with Skoda, aiming to break the world record for the longest ice drift in an all-electric car. The challenging schedule and conditions meant there was little room for error and with a track record there was plenty of pressure to succeed.

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In addition to these features, we also have our first taste of the new Alpine A110R, Maserati GranTurismo Trofeo and Vauxhall’s re-entry into the hot hatch realm with its Astra GSe. We’ll also catch you on the latest musings from our esteemed columnists and catch up on the latest news from the Evo Fast Fleet.

All that and more is included Evo Issue 306, now available in well-stocked specialist shops and online at Evo shop.


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