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Now that electric cars are selling in proper numbers, the big foreheads are getting stuck in, and the interesting EVs are flowing. Even this time last year, for our inaugural Electric Awards issue, the pickings were slimmer and less attractive. Now take a look at the cover of the latest issue of Top Gear magazine – from hypercars to hatchbacks, luxury limos to 750bhp estates, SUVs to classics – there’s been an explosion of choice. 

Imagine showing this lot to someone five years ago… they wouldn’t believe their eyes.

You can read all about our eclectic mix of 2021 Electric Awards winners by ordering the latest issue direct to your door by clicking these very words. Or perhaps you’d prefer to download it straight to your phone or tablet? You can do that by clicking here if you’re an Apple user and here for Android users.

Subscribe today and UK-based readers can save 50 per cent in the half-price sale – paying just £34.13 every 13 issues. Oh, and there’s free delivery to boot – click these blue words to take advantage. Plus, if you live outside the UK you can still save 25 per cent by clicking here.

Staunch petrolheads, fear not though. Because if you’re not quite ready to make the switch to electric just yet, we’ve also got a track test of the new Porsche 911 GT3 this month, as well as a closely-fought twin test between the Mercedes-AMG A35 and the new Mk8 Volkswagen Golf R. 

This is not one to be missed folks – grab your copy using the links above. 

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