Evo India

ISSUE 53 Feb 2018

This month we have a fantastic trio of cover stories where we have driven the fastest cars of today with past masters. So you have the Porsche 991 GT3 going head to head with the iconic 996 GT3 while the Nissan GT-R takes on the Audi Quattro. In the supercar league Lambo’sHuracanPerformanté locks horns with the Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale. We also have two RS-es, the Octavia RS and the Street Triple RS, appear together in a special feature, our review of the new generation Swift, and more. We also have a free issue of OFF-ROAD where we’ve gotten together all generations of the Scorpio and then pitted the Force Gurkha against the Mahindra Thar.

Porsche 991 GT3 v 996:The Porsche 991 GT3 is the fastest and most sophisticated yet, but is it better than the 996?

Nissan GT-R v Audi Quattro:Godzilla takes on the slayer of Pikes Peak

HuracanPerformanté and Challenge Stradale:Ferrari’s Challenge Stradale was sublime. Is the HuracanPerformanté as sublime?

NSX vs NSX: Honda’s latest supercar meets its predecessor

Maruti Suzuki Swift: We have driven the new generation Swift and it remains fun to drive

Octavia RS v Street Triple RS: Two machines with the same suffix and similar propositions – performance with practicality

Volvo XC40: The first SUV to come off Volvo’s new Compact Modular Architecture, driven on the streets of Barcelona

90 Years of Nurburgring: Celebrating nine decades of one of the world’s most iconic race track

Dakar 2018: We travelled across the globe to witness the toughest Dakar yet

Harley University: We went to school to learn how to take apart a Harley motor, and then rebuild it

Evolution of Scorpio: In OFF-ROAD, we take a look at the evolution of one of India’s most iconic SUVs

Gurkha v Thar: Which is better once the road runs out?

Iron Scorpion: An incredible mix of off-road prowess and daily usability. We talkto the people behind this machine

East by east: We head to the Orange Festival to explore off-roading in the North East

 

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