Drive it!: The Motor Magazine

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Drive it!: The Motor Magazine
This time, Drive it! goes all sporty and presents exclusive, powerful coupés, speedy compacts, and legendary sports cars from the 1960s.Present it! BMW 2 Series CoupéAlongside its 4-series, BMW is also bringing a new 2-series coupé to market. Compared with its predecessor, the 1-series coupé, the 2-series has grown in all dimensions. It has a sporty, elegant profile with a roof line that flows gently into the rear. Thanks to a sportier range of engines, it also packs a mighty punch out on the race track.Test it! KIA Cee'd GT TrackThe second generation of Kia's C’eed compact is now available as a sporty hot hatch. A 1.6 liter turbocharged petrol engine propels the C'eed GT to a top speed of 230 km/h and a sporty chassis makes it a blast in the twisties. Like the base model, the GT was styled in Europe by Volkswagen's former designer Peter Schreyer.Examine it! VW T2 Bus1979 was when the last VW bus was built in Germany. But the T2 was still being manufactured in Brazil right up to the end of 2013. Stricter safety and emissions regulations brought to an end its long success story. To mark the end of an era, Drive it! journeys to Brazil, where more than 1.12 million T2s rolled off the production line in its lifetime.Spot it! De-Icing the Car - Does a Heated Scraper Do the Job?On many a winter's morning, drivers find a layer of ice gracing their cars. That's when the frantic scraping begins. We can find scrapers of all shapes and sizes in stores, promising to rid those windscreens of ice with a minimum of time and effort. But how much do we have to spend on a scraper that does the job? And do we really need a heated scraper?Vintage: The Chevrolet Corvette StingrayChevrolet's Corvette Stingray still has as dedicated a cult following as ever. In the early 1960s, Chevy, one of America's Big Four, set out to give established sports car makers like Jaguar and Maserati a run for their money. The Corvette's design reflects the typical styling of the time: a long engine compartment with a snappy fastback.

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