Issue Description:It's been an exciting month. The 2014 edition of the Auto Expo concluded recently, and we bring you a comprehensive report of all the buzz at India's biggest automotive event. But we did more than just cover the proceedings. We got an exclusive look at Tata's new Bolt hatchback and Zest sedan, offerings with which the carmaker is looking to effect a change of fortunes in our market. We also got behind the wheel of what most people simply clicked photos of -- one of the funkiest looking concepts at the show, the Renault Kwid. Maruti's latest hatchback, the Celerio, introduces automated manual transmission to a new class of cars. We drive the most affordable automatic in India and discuss whether this could kick off a new trend that would make manuals history. Hyundai is back with the latest-generation Santa Fe and this time, its putting it into luxury SUV territory. We find out whether it matches up. There's the full road test treatment for the latest rendition of Tata's capable urban runabout, the Nano, which comes with a power steering, finally! We take a look at how Indian cars fare in terms of crash safety and come away a little worried with the dismal performance. Clearly, it's time to start taking things seriously, both on part of manufacturers and consumers. There's an executive sedan segment shootout between the Skoda Superb and Toyota Camry and first drives of the updated Fiat Linea and BMW's tourer version of the dynamically distinguished 3-series sedan, the 3 GT. In two-wheelers, we got astride the Kawasaki Z800 and it's quite the machine. All this and more in the latest issue of Autocar India.
Magazine Description:The exciting world of cars, brought alive in Autocar India’s engaging stories and features, has made it a ‘must-read’ magazine for anyone interested in cars. Autocar India’s exhaustive and authoritative road tests, true to the heritage of its parent title, are the best in the business. Over the years, Autocar India has grown from being just a car magazine to a comprehensive ‘car expert’ brand. Autocar India is, by far, India’s best-selling car magazine with a readership that is more than double its nearest rival. But it’s not numbers alone that make Autocar India the country’s best car magazine. Since its first issue back in September 1999, it has regularly been the first with the news and has earned an enviable reputation for breaking stories before any other media. -