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An all-new BMW M car is always big news and in the next issue of evo Henry Catchpole and John Barker will be putting the new M4 through its paces on road and track. Adam Towler also gets behind the wheel of Volkswagen’s new ultimate Golf, the 316bhp R. Can either continue where their predecessors left off?
In the April issue of evo we also suggest six future icons to watch and revisit possibly the finest Audi R8 of them all - the original V8. Plus we’ve got a first drive of Lamborghini’s Sian supercar, pitch the diminutive A45 S against the mighty 911 Turbo S, talk to Gus Gregory about his Life Through a Lens and Dave Mountain’s Life & Cars. We also ask the world’s leading car designers if they know when they have penned an automotive design icon. Plus our regular columnists, Fast Fleet, the latest news and all the new and tuned car verdicts that matter.
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From the editor
Since its launch in 1998 evo has always taken immense pride in how it photographs the cars in the locations we are fortunate to drive in and experience. Complementing the work of our photographers is a contemporary design to the magazine that allows you to step into the story and join our writers on their remarkable drives.
A magazine has always offered a tangible connection between the reader and the story told by the writer and illustrated by the photographer. It’s why magazines should remain indulgent, exciting and collectable, which is exactly what we strive to achieve with each and every issue of evo.
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