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autoX is the fastest growing automotive lifestyle magazine in India. Our focus is on visual appeal, through attractive layouts and photography, and our storytelling approach with an inclination towards humour, creates an emotional connect with readers. Our reviews meet the highest standards of editorial quality & integrity – and we are fortunate that readers rate the quality of our content among the best in the motoring world globally. We strive to put our readers in the driver’s seat of the most exciting industry in the country. Fuelled by passionate motorsport junkies and expert auto journalists; autoX brings to life the excitement and thrill we experience in creating unique content – this is where the fun begins! For us, motoring isn’t merely an activity – it is an art form that binds us and forces us to go beyond the ordinary. At autoX, you can expect ‘Pure eXcitement, No Bullshit.’ Everything we do is driven by: Heart. Soul. Passion and Emotion.
The eternal conundrum of owning a supercar in India is simple - can I take it on a long road trip and survive? And we try and answer exactly that in our April issue by taking four blisteringly fast cars on some of our favourite driving roads, to see if doing a long road trip in them is actually possible. On the more practical side of things, we drive the new Tata Tigor, the Honda WR-V and see if the Baleno RS has the potential to bring back the driving appeal of Maruti Suzuki's of old. And we also get a ride on the new KTM 390 which promises to enhance its appeal to bikers across the spectrum, while we test two electric scooters to see if they are actually practical to use on your daily commute. And yes, we also get a first ride of the Yamaha FZ25, the latest entrant in the 250cc segment. On the more fantasy side of things, our international partners drive the Ferrari 250 GT SWB and figure out what makes these cars so desirable, and expensive. And on the Indian front, we take a look at the 600-acre R&D facility of Maruti Suzuki and personally witness a car being crash tested for safety. Also, we visit the Geneva motor show and talk to the PSA Group representatives about their India plans with the Peugeot brand. Also in this issue, our usual detailed look at the Indian and global world of motorsports.