Super Street Network

 |   |   |  Magazine - Initial Timing
Subscribe to the Free
Newsletter

Magazine - Initial Timing

It All Starts Here

Jan 17, 2007

Welcome to another awesome issue. You've probably already noticed there's something a little different this month, but you can't quite put your finger on what it is. It seems to look different somehow, even feel different, but why? OK, so I'm trying to contain our excitement for just a few more minutes, we've been waiting to give you this for years and now that we can, I'm entitled to milk it.

It looks and feels different because it is. We've gone to a larger format and incorporated a higher-quality paper stock from front to back. What does that mean? It means the content we provide month in and month out will, from now on, look even better. And naturally, with such an upgrade, we couldn't resist the opportunity to fine-tune some of our content details. While many changes are minor yet substantial, you'll also notice several seriously revamped things, such as our "Power Pages." These pages have become the industry benchmark over the years, and after contemplating and kicking them about for a couple of months, we've re-worked them into something better than ever. We've reconstructed them into a format that allows us to provide even more in-depth testing information. By cutting back on the amount of parts we strap to the dynos every month, we can now focus more on the very latest and most cutting edge technology to be released. These are exciting times for us and I suggest you all fasten your seatbelts for another wild ride. Our new style elements make Import Tuner the coolest must-have magazine for anyone even remotely interested in the automotive lifestyle. Those that struggle in this business slag us off yet strive to be us, and we love it! Hold on tight and enjoy the ride.

BROWSE CARS BY MARKET

MORE FEATURES

Recently, a selected number of automotive journalists and media influencers made the journey to Spain to be the first behind the wheel of the much-anticipated 2019 Toyota Supra.
Sam DuSep 20, 2018
The 2019 BMW Z4 will arrive next year, initially with a four-cylinder engine followed by a more potent M40i model.
Stefan OgbacSep 18, 2018
Ferrari launched a new, limited edition duo of supercar barchettas with the Monza SP1 and SP2. Get all the details here!
Jonny LiebermanSep 18, 2018
Preview the Super Street November issue, our Nissan annual! With a trio of Charles Wong’s R34 Skyline, 2 Boss Bunny S14, a baby Godzilla Pulsar GTiR, and more!!!
Bob HernandezSep 14, 2018
Who do you think deserves a trip to SEMA 2018?
RodrezSep 14, 2018
Sponsored Links

SEARCH ARTICLES BY MAKE/MODEL

Search
CLOSE X
BUYER'S GUIDE
SEE THE ALL NEW
NEWS, REVIEWS & SPECS
TO TOP