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[NEWS] Autocar magazine 14 July - on sale now

Autocar magazine 14 July - on sale now

mag preview 14.7

This week: Audi's ambitious future, BMW M5 CS road test, our Goodwood roundup and much more

Audi has signed off the design for the replacement for the firm’s executive A8, set to arrive in 2024 in the form of a luxury EV.

The firm has promised a new body shape with a revolutionary cabin and a high level of automation. The car, codenamed Project Artemis, will be previewed in concept form at this year’s Munich Motor Show. Get all the details in this week's issue of Autocar.

Also in this issue

Vauxhall has revealed the next generation Astra, which will hit UK roads with both plug-in power and internal combustion options. It will adopt the firm’s new vizor and will be built on Stellantis’ EMP2 platform. 

We round up the Goodwood Festival of Speed, including listing our star cars, while Piers Ward investigates the future of car sales. 


Mike Duff drives the MST MK2, a handmade homage to the Ford Escort. The £102,000 restomod leads this week’s first drives section. 

Meanwhile, the Cupra Formentor VZ5 is put through its paces. Can the firm’s new flagship compete in a congested class - especially when it's only coming to the UK in limited numbers, and left-hand drive? 

The BMW M5 CS fronts this week’s road test - find out if it can retain its status as a formidable all-rounder in this week’s issue.


The Hyundai i20 N and Ford Fiesta ST face off in this week’s twin-test, as Vicky Parrott finds out if Hyundai’s new performance hatch can knock the long-standing Ford off its perch. 

Elsewhere, Colin Goodwin explores 100 years of Suzuki at the firm’s belated 100th anniversary party, with insight into motorbikes, cars and more. 


Matt Prior dives into the interior of the Ineos Grenadier, and shares thoughts on the weight of Lotus’ upcoming Emira. 


We count up the best hot hatches available through lease deals, while Jack Warrick explains how a used Passat R36 could be your ticket to high-powered practicality. 

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