Evo India

ISSUE 54 Mar 2018

This month, the editor ushers in an early summer with a drive in Ferrari’s new hard top convertible, the Portofino, in Italy. Back home, we are dazzled by Lexus’ new LS 500h and bowled over by just how cool the Range Rover Velar is. Having shut our gaping mouths we promptly put the Velar into the ring with the Audi Q7 and the Volvo XC90 to see if it can handle some competition. Meanwhile, Audi’s new Q5 was on its way to take the ‘benchmark’ mantle from its predecessor only to find the Volvo XC60 blocking its path. We also got together with our partners and sorted the best from the rest at the 10th Times Auto Awards while our colleagues in the UK set about choosing the best cars in the world. And plenty more.

Ferrari Portofino:It’s an everyday Ferrari but it still goes like hell!

Lexus LS 500h:So brash and loud you just can’t stop staring at it.

Range Rover Velar:Land Rover takes the Sport out of SUV and replaces it with Sexy.

Range Rover Velar v Audi Q7 v Volvo XC90:The coolest SUV there is takes on the established order.

Audi Q5 v Volvo XC60:The old Q5 was the benchmark in the segment. Will the new XC60 replace the Audi? Or will the new Q5 hold on to its predecessor’s mantle?

Times Auto Awards:Recognising the best of the Indian automobile industry at the 10th annual Times Auto Awards.

evo Car of the Year: Our shortlist of the best performance cars produced in 2017.

Triumph Tiger 800:The Tiger is evolving, and for the better, as we found out on the open flats of exotic Morocco.

TVS Apache RR 310 v KTM RC 390 & 200:The newest affordable fully faired bike locks horns with the most powerful and the most popular of its kind.

Discovering life on the Rann:You’d pass off a barren salt flat, as just that, barren. But if you have a Land Rover Discovery Sport and are ready to discover, then you’d be surprised.

Duster goes to Doddabetta:Ooty has been done to death, so we took the Renault Duster to Doddabettainstead.


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