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April 1, 2020

Autocar is the car nut’s weekly fix, delivering you a unique mix of the latest news, opinion, features, first drives of new cars and in-depth road tests – all complemented by the best photography in the business. No other magazine covers the subject you love with such enthusiasm, insight and quality every week of the year. Autocar stands for the highest quality in car journalism – and is rewarded with access to the best new cars and the biggest news stories before any of the opposition which we share with you, our readers, every week.

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Haymarket Media Group Ltd
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51 期号

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we’ve stopped driving but not great stories

AUTOCAR IS NOT alone in being affected by the government’s response to controlling the Covid-19 outbreak. Since the prime minister’s announcement on 23 March, we have ceased all travel and testing on the road in order to play what part we can in not transmitting the virus, and all of our team are now working remotely. Last week’s Autocar was the first in our 125-year history to be produced with our team all working from their homes. This week’s is the second, and I hope we’re continuing to entertain as well as inform you with no interruption in service in these challenging times. Please see our back cover for more on how to get our magazine across several media if you are struggling. We’re a weekly magazine, but we often work several…

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new nissan z car with twin-turbo v6 is on the horizon

“The 400Z is expected to be rear-wheel drive and capable of 0-62mph in less than 5.0sec” The long-awaited successor to the Nissan 370Z is finally becoming a reality – and the all-new sports car could be revealed to the world within the next 12 months. Tipped to be called the 400Z, it’s set to make use of a twin-turbocharged V6 offering greater levels of performance than its predecessor. With the 370Z having been on sale with only minimal changes since 2009, rumours of what will replace it have been circulating for years. Nissan recently filed a trademark application in Canada for a redesigned Z badge. It uses a retro font that harks back to the original Z car, the Datsun 240Z, and the later 260Z and 280Z. The badge won’t be the only element of…

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autocar continues each week

WITH MORE NEED than ever for engaging, entertaining magazines, we plan to ensure that Autocar will continue to be published in print every Wednesday. You should continue to find copies in supermarkets and other grocery shops each week, so you can grab the latest issue while doing your essential food shopping. We’ve also prepared offers for both print and digital subscriptions to Autocar, so you can continue to receive every issue without leaving your home. For all our best subscription offers, visit themagazineshop.com. You can receive six print issues for £6 or a six-issue print and digital bundle for £8.50. Visit themagazineshop.com/easms20c. Autocar is available digitally on Apple’s App Store, Zinio, Readly and Exact Editions. Simply search for the apps on your device. As we have been since 1895, we are committed to bringing you…

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coronavirus: the essential dos and don’ts for drivers

Just over a week after the UK government effectively ordered the entire population to stay at home in a bid to contain the coronavirus pandemic, motorists are naturally unsure how to interpret the rules. Autocar has compiled this guide to help you understand what you can and can’t do until the restrictions are lifted. Can I still go for a drive during the lockdown? Although driving hasn’t been banned, you should take your car out only if you have no realistic alternative. For example, it’s safer to drive than take public transport to reduce human contact. The government has said trips to get essential goods from places such as supermarkets, pharmacies, fuel stations and pet stores are permitted, as is commuting for key workers, but simply driving for pleasure isn’t advisable until the…

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how car industry is responding

MG is lending up to 100 ZS EVs to NHS agencies for six months to boost the service’s transport capacity. Nissan, McLaren and GKN have joined a consortium called Ventilator Challenge UK, which is understood to be one of the favoured new suppliers of ventilators to the government. Ford is working with 3M and GE Healthcare to produce respirators and ventilators in the US. Ford is also assembling more than 100,000 face masks for US healthcare workers. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has set up a face mask production line in China. Boss Mike Manley says it has the capacity to produce a million masks a month, which will be distributed to US healthcare providers. Tesla boss Elon Musk said the firm’s gigafactory in Buffalo, New York, will reopen shortly to produce…

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toyota gt86 successor to get 252bhp turbo engine for summer 2021 launch

The replacement for the Toyota GT86, due to be called the GR86, will appear next year with a 252bhp turbocharged petrol engine, alleged leaks from US dealer presentations reveal. Images from a Toyota-branded slideshow posted on Instagram and understood to be accurate, reveals the sports car is scheduled for a summer 2021 launch, between an all-new crossover and a ‘CUV’. There’s no clear indication that the Subaru version, the replacement for the BRZ, will arrive at the same time, but it’s entirely likely. The post also claims that the GR86 and BRZ will sit on a new platform (set to be the TNGA modular underpinnings) and produce 252bhp from a forced-induction engine – two things that Autocar revealed earlier this year. The engine is likely to be the 2.4-litre flat four that…