Evo India

ISSUE 51 Dec 2017

Whatever we do at evo India, we do in style and that includes packing up the year with the final issue of 2017. We  decidedly look at some on the most exciting cars (and a bike) sold in India in our year ending feature on the Fastest of their Kind. We also look at how Honda is all set to get its mojo back, following it up with a bunch of drives, travelogues and more!

Fastest of its kind: We take a Ferrari 488 GTB, an R8 V10 Plus, a Mustang GT, a Panamera Turbo, a Polo GTI and an Aprilia RSV4 RF and look at these machines through the lens of excitement.

Turbo petrols: If you are a petrolhead, like we are, what exactly are your choices today?

Volkswagen Passat: The German sedan is looking to push the bar higher in its new avatar.

Lexus NX 300h: Getting in the seat that matters of the latest from the luxury car maker.

Jeep Compass Petrol: Capable and fun to drive. That was the Compass diesel. Now we find out what the petrol version is like.

Mahindra Scorpio: What’s the newest version of India’ s most well known SUV like?

Honda’s EV concepts: Has Honda made a comeback? Here’s what we saw at the Tokyo Motor Show and here’s what we think of it.

Hero Xpulse: Hero Motocorp showcases this fabulous enduro concept at EICMA 2017.

Royal Enfield Interceptor & Continental GT 650: The long awaited twin from RE debuts at EICMA but with two different bodies.

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy: Getting astride an icon is always special.

Avantura Choppers: Say hello to the India's first factory made desichoppers.

Suzuki Intruder: Based on the excellent Gixxer, this is Suzuki’s new cruiser.

Hexapade: Heading to the treacherous Magru Pass in the Tata Hexa

Ready to Discover: Charm and chaos comes together in Kolkata as we explore off-road adventures in the Land Rover Discovery Sport.

Kwid Goes Countryside: We explore the unexplored hinterlands of Goa

Chasing the Sun: Driving the Hyundai Elite i20 down to Hampi to witness some spectacular sunsets

 

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