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The Kodiaq, Skoda’s first ever seven-seat luxury SUV, and also the carmaker’s spanking new flagship, is headed for our shores soon. It’s expected to cost around Rs 27 lakh and this month, we give you a first look at what you’ll be getting for the asking price. Hyundai has introduced a new generation of its Elantra executive sedan. To bring you how it stacks up against its rivals, we pit the petrol automatic against its tried and tested rivals – the Toyota Corolla Altis and the Skoda Octavia. We also have for you an exclusive drive of Bajaj’s first shot at a four-wheeler, the Qute. The quadricycle has created quite a lot of buzz, and could finally be hitting our roads soon. But, is it a genuine replacement for a rickshaw? There’s only one way to find out! Our drives also include those of the new Toyota Prius, Audi’s fiery new TT RS and the RS7 Performance super sedan to name a few. Also, if you’re out for a petrol luxury SUV, make sure to check out our Mercedes-Benz GLC vs Land Rover Discovery Sport shootout.