Autocar Magazine September 28, 2022: on sale now
The new Mercedes C63 has been unveiled – and it comes with a four-cylinder hybrid engine. Additionally, BMW’s new XM SUV was unveiled. Read this week’s Autocar to find out, and more.
Mercedes’ latest C63 has come out of hiding, and it could turn out to be one of the hottest topics in the motoring world – an AMG C-Class powered, not by a V8, but by a hybrid four pots. the beans on the new BMW XM, as this bold iteration becomes the second car to be built by BMW’s in-house tuner M.
We’ve piloted the new Smart #1 EV Premium, along with its Brabus sibling, as the company seeks to reshape its image in a forward-thinking electric market. We also get behind the wheel of the new BMW X1 and iX1, along with the impressive Alpina B4 Gran Coupe and Bentley Bentayga EWB as well.
We present a massive 12-page test of 11 funky electric vehicles, the world’s first hydrogen-powered hypercar and give our thoughts on a new hybrid era for the BTCC. Does this signal the end of the thrills of gasoline-powered motorsport?
Matt Prior reflects on the legacy of the Porsche 968 and how its understated image may be changing.
Steve Cropley talks about the Vauxhall Astra, his thoughts on the new Mustang and the new Viritech hydrogen hypercar
Mark Pearson looks back at the capable Audi TT, while Oliver Young tells you how to get a Lamborghini Gallardo V10 into your garage.
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