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Subaru WRX from the cover of evo Australia issue 10

Inside the April issue of evo…

This month’s “Radar” section contains all the hottest news from the 2014 Geneva motor show, a run-down on the forthcoming Porsche Cayman and Boxster GTS, Mercedes S63 AMG coupe and VW Golf R, and an exclusive up-close look at the hotly anticipated McLaren 650S supercar.

As for first-drive reviews, April brings the new Mini Cooper, the Audi RS Q3, the SEAT Leon Cupra (now the front-wheel-drive Nurburgring lap-record holder), as well a handful of new Bimmers, including the M235i, 220i and 435i convertible.

Dominating the middle of the book is a selection of exciting, in-depth features, produced both locally and overseas. First is our coverstory: a comprehensive review of the new fourth-generation Subaru WRX. Unleashed on the challenging roads between Bathurst and the Blue Mountains, the latest iteration of the 20-year-old Rex badge proves that well-balanced performance cars never go out of style.

“Unshackled from the spectre of speed cameras, the WRX responds in an instant.”

Jesse Taylor, evo Australia 010

There’s also an epic group test of the best all-wheel-drive cars, including the Ferrari FF, Lamborghini Aventador, Nissan GT-R and Lancia Delta Integrale EVO. Plus, drives of the 412kW Audi RS7, Porsche Macan, 600kg Praga R1 LMP racer and Porsche’s stunning 80s classic, the 911 Carrera Clubsport.

The final pages of this jam-packed issue contain updates on the long-term test cars in evo’s Fast Fleet lineup, plus the usual five-pages of essential performance-car facts and figures we call the “Knowledge Database”.

For all this, and more, pick up a copy of evo Australia 010 at your local newsagent, Coles or Coles Express today. An interactive digital version is also available for iPad – just search “evo Australia” in the AppStore.