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The July 2023 issue of CAR magazine is on sale now – and you can check out some of the content now, for free, by browsing our new Members’ website! Click for free access to read if the electric Abarth 500e can overcome a 350kg weight penalty and fake engine noise to become the first electric hot hatch.
Don’t miss this new issue online, in-app or in print: it’s filled with engaging features, thought-provoking commentary and new car scoops. Dig in to our mega drive stories, sharp industry analysis and CAR’s famous Giant Tests, as well as updates on our long-term test fleet and all the car-buying advice you need with GBU.
Highlights of the July 2023 issue of CAR magazine
If you like what you see, why not give us a try? CAR magazine has been going since 1962 and has built a reputation for inspirational storytelling, stunning photography and a ruthless pursuit of original, truthful journalism that cuts through the morass of most automotive coverage.
CAR membership: the new way to enjoy CAR magazine
The most convenient way to consume CAR is on our new digital platform, comprising a members’ area and our new smartphone apps which provide the best, most immersive experience. Click here to visit the members’ area, giving access to both free and Members-only content.
By becoming a CAR Member, you’ll get access to everything CAR – our magazine content, videos, exclusive newsletters and more – on our multi-channel digital platform. You’ll be able to read the magazine online in the members’ area or on our app, with the latter providing the best visual experience on your smart device and also supporting issue downloads, PDF page turn-view and audio reads.
You’ll also get CAR all in one place, with 10 years of back issues, and you’ll qualify for members’ rewards, including discounted experiences, travel and special events with access to the CAR editorial team, including editor Ben Miller and stalwarts such as Gavin Green.