In this modern, fast-paced world, with real-life hoverboards and the big bad internet, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination. For us here at NZ Performance Car these endless possibilities allow us to offer you convenience, and transcend beyond the traditional printed version of NZ Performance Car magazine.   

Sure, if you ask us, nothing will ever replace grabbing a hard copy from your local retailer, kicking back, switching off from the outside world, and flicking through the printed goodness. But even in this form, we can offer a few other ways to get your hands on a hard copy that don't require you leaving the house. 

Subscribe here and we will send your magazines direct to your door (worldwide), and this month you'll receive tickets to the V 4&Rotary Nationals as a free gift. Or if you're not the commitment type, we can cater for that too. Click here to purchase the current issue (NZ Performance Car Issue No. 229), or any back issue that you may have missed, and through the wonders of snail mail it will find its way to your mailbox anywhere in the world. 

But wait, there is more ...

If a hard copy is too archaic for your modern self, we also offer a digital version here. This way you can flick through the magazine anywhere, at any time, on any device. And because there is no paper or printing involved, it's cheaper too.  

Oh,  I guess we better show you a little teaser of all the rad stuff that you will have to read about, no matter what form you choose to digest NZ Performance Car Issue No. 229 in. 

The power is in your hands!


Marcus Gibson

Marcus Gibson has spent his life getting a little grease under his fingernails growing up with a fascination for all things loud, fast, and low. Growing up during the boom of the import scene, the last ten years have seen him work for a few publications, as well as running his own website before taking up a role at NZ Performance Car in 2011. Marcus is as at home with a keyboard or camera in-hand as he is getting dirty in his workshop or at the track, championing that Kiwi DIY attitude.