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evo Australia September

evo Australia: the September issue

They say ‘you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover’; at evo Australia, we say: judge all you like.

Indeed, when it comes to this month’s issue, the world-class $15million cover story is just the beginning…

We’ve got a first drive of the 265kW Mercedes-Benz’s A45 AMG; there’s a blast through the outback in an Audi RS6; a drive of Jag’s never-released hybrid prototype, the C-X75; and a head-to-head of the world’s best $150K roadsters.

Naturally, all the regulars (watches, columns, Fast Fleet, etc.) make an appearance, plus there’s one new addition: the “Essentials” page. This section features some of the hottest car-related kit and accessories on the market, from leather-care products, to speakers, rims and superchargers.

Subscribe to evo Australia at MagShop today, or download the interactive edition on your iPad.

For up-to-the-minute industry news and reviews, check out the evo Australia website at www.evomagazine.com.au.

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evo Australia: Issue 2 out now!

After receiving an amazing response to the launch issue from both readers and the motoring industry alike, evo Australia is on the newsstand once again.

The August mag is packed with all the latest motoring news, as well as in-depth reviews and detailed performance data for some of the best cars on the road today.

You’ll also find:

A world first… In true evo style, the cover story sees two of the world’s quickest and costliest production cars go head-to-head in a battle for hypercar supremacy 

A tale from the Peak… evo Australia editor Jesse Taylor was on the mountain for Sebastien Loeb’s record-obliterating run up Pikes Peak

A first drive… The evo team were the first behind the wheel of Australia’s most powerful production car ever: the monster 430kW/740Nm HSV GTS

Coupe combat… In a battle of power and poise, Porsche’s sublime second-gen Cayman S faces up to the brawn of Audi’s TT RS Plus.

If that isn’t enough, evo Australia have also created an app designed especially for the iPad, where readers can access exclusive interactive content.

So grab a copy, and continue your evo Australia collection today.

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evo Interactive

Purpose-built for the iPad, evo Australia’s new app is packed with world-class content sure to thrill any serious motoring enthusiast.

It features the best stories from the print edition, re-purposed with interactive elements, additional photos and plenty of exclusive full-throttle video (see above).

As part of a special launch offer, issues 1 and 2 (out Monday 5 August) are available via the App Store for just 99c – so search ‘evo Australia’ and experience the thrill of driving on your iPad today.


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Start the presses: evo Australia

Two months, 20,000 words and over 30,000km later, MMN have finally completed the very first issue of evo Australia Magazine.

Discerning car enthusiasts can start their evo Australia collection on July 1 when “Issue 001” hits real and virtual newsstands around the country. Inside they’ll find the latest news, reviews and performance data for some of the hottest cars on the road today. Porsche, Lotus, Mercedes-Benz, Lamborghini, Audi – they’re all there in the very first issue.

Highlights include: an epic, 17-day journey around Australia in a 420kW Mercedes-Benz SLS; Nissan GT-R vs. Audi R8 V10 Plus in the ultimate “everyday supercar” battle; and a first drive of the hotly-anticipated HSV Gen-F Clubsport R8 SV.

So grab your copy on July 1, buckle-up and get ready to experience the thrill of driving.

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Lotus Exige S Photo shoot

The MMN team were up before the sparrows this week for a photo shoot and test-drive of the ballsy little Lotus Exige V6 S. With a slick $119,990 car and a glorious sunrise over the Illawarra, MMN produced some pretty spectacular shots.

The beautiful snaps will feature in the first edition of evo Magazine, which is set to hit the shelves on July 1. Until then, why not get in touch and see just what we could do for you?

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evo Australia launch

Motoring Media Network’s flagship title, evo Australia, kicks off today with a fully integrated presence across print, tablet, web and social media. There’s lots to do, but one of the first (and most exciting) jobs is to drive a $500,000 Mercedes-Benz SLS Roadster around Australia.

evo Australia launches on Facebook on May 9, so “like” us at Official evo Australia Magazine and join the conversation. Our website (www.evomag.com.au) goes live on July 1, the same day that the first monthly issue of evo Australia hits real and virtual newsstands around the country.

Come along for the ride.

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