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Evo India ISSUE #69 June 2019

How good is the new Porsche 911? Only one way to find out, by pitching it against the Audi R8 V10, Aston Martin Vantage, McLaren 570 GT and Lotus Evora GT410 Sport. It’s the first and only comparison test of the world’s best sports cars that you will read in any magazine in India. And as a bonus we drive the 992-gen Porsche against the outgoing 991-gen at the Buddh International Circuit to see how far the game has moved on.

What is handling?

To build on our Thrill of Driving tag line we talk to the world’s best engineers on what makes a great handling car and the future of handling — with comments by the brains at Ferrari, Aston Martin, Renault, Maruti Suzuki, VW Group India, Ford India, among others

Warm hatches: Building on our great driver’s cars theme we compare affordable turbo-petrols: Tata Tigor JTP against VW Polo GT TSI, Abarth Punto, Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS and Mahindra XUV 300. The verdict will surprise you!

Lexus ES 300h: Why would you buy the Japanese luxury car over the E-Class or 5 Series? We attempt to find answers

50 years of the XJ: The Ed takes his parents for a drive in the 50th anniversary XJ, and is regaled by stories of how they met while selling Jaguars and Land Rovers, including the very first XJ, nearly 5 decades ago

Ambassador pickup? Yes, it existed! It was called the Veer! And it flopped! The Ed drives one of the last prototypes, along with one of the last HM Ambassadors, kicking off our new back page, Gone But Not Forgotten

Road Trips: We are tracing the Renault Diamond on the map of India and in the first leg we head from Gurgaon to Koteshwar, the western most tip of India and down to Kanyakumari, the southern most tip.

We also take the Toyota Fortuner off the beaten track to explore its on/off-road abilities

Kia is coming: As we get ready for the global unveil of the SP2i mid-SUV we take a look at Kia’s design language and also head to South Korea to drive the Soul EV.

GT R Pro: We put Mercedes-AMG’s latest track focused weapon to the task of carving corners at the Bahrain International Circuit.

Hero Xpulse 200:It’s finally here, arguably the most anticipated motorcycle of the year, one that gives spark to our Dakar dreams. How good is it? We hit the trails at C S Santosh’s Big Rock Dirt Park to find out

Suzuki Gixxer SF 250: On the track in the faired Suzuki followed by a quick spin on the updated Gixxer SF 150


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