LONDON, October 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
In celebration of Sunday Times Driving (http://www.driving.co.uk), the new free site for researching and buying premium cars which launched on Tuesday this week, the Sunday Times is publishing a definitive Top 100 Cars Guide in paper, pad and online.
The pull-out section will sit in the paper's motoring supplement, which re-brands from InGear to Driving in conjunction with the new site launch, and runs across two parts this Sunday and next.
The Top 100 will cover Driving's pick of the best cars available in the UK, whether you're looking for a supermini or a supercar, and The Sunday Times motoring columnists will steer the reader through today's bewildering array of make and models and choose the best car in every class.
Part One encompasses five top tens, including the best; 4x4s, City Cars, Sports Cars & Convertibles, Hot Hatches & Coupes and Electric Cars & Hybrids. Part Two will rank Super Cars & Exotics, MPVs, Executive & Prestige, Superminis and Family Cars & Estates.
To drive additional interest in driving.co.uk, The Sunday Times has teamed up with Porsche Approved to offer readers the chance to win a nearly-new Porsche Cayman R worth £50,000.
One of the best driver's cars on the planet, the Cayman R packs a 325bhp punch and performance that'll rocket the lucky winner to 62mph in just 4.9 seconds. The highly optioned Cayman R available as the competition prize comes with Porsche's lightning-quick PDK paddle-shift transmission, sports exhaust system, climate control and much more.
The Sunday Times will reveal a unique URL within driving.co.uk for participants to enter the competition.
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SOURCE Sunday Times Driving