The June issue sees a complete redesign of motoring magazine, BBC Top Gear, the most extensive since it launched in 1993.
Posted on: 28 May 2013 09:01
According to Immediate Media: BBC Top Gear, the hottest motoring magazine on the planet, last week revealed the new-look magazine with a sharper design including updated graphics, fonts, page styles and more stunning images from the best photographers in the business.
It includes an expanded features section with room for even more entertaining stories about the most incredible supercars; and road-trips in the planet’s wildest locations. There will be more reviews of the latest cars to hit the roads, delivering verdicts with impartial honesty.
To fit the extra content in, there has been a comprehensively revised data section with a focus on the cars that matter. Want more detail? Then click topgear.com/reviews for every detail on every car on sale in the UK and also the back catalogue of road tests.
According to BBC Top Gear editor Charlie Turner: “At TopGear we’re always looking for ways to make the best car magazine even better. Which is why this month sees us deliver the most dramatic overhaul to our lavishly tooled pages since the magazine was launched in 1872.In true automotive fashion, we’ve refreshed the bodywork and overhauled the interior to ensure TopGear maintains its reputation as the hottest car magazine on the planet.”
One thing that hasn’t changed is BBC Top Gear still having some of the best motoring writers on the planet, bringing you the most exciting news and views from around the globe each month. This includes a bit of extra room for some more cheeky wit from Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.
The new look June issue is out on the 22nd May and includes an incredible massive 3D supplement. It is priced at £4.25.
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