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Auto Today July 2020 issue.The automobile industry is steadily heading towards normalcy as evidenced by the slew of new cars we have driven over the last month or so. Starting with the one that takes centre stage on the cover, the new generation Honda City, promises more space, more features and a more upmarket experience overall. Its arch-rival Hyundai Verna has received major updates with new looks, additional features and a brand new set of engines which we drive to find out how Hyundai has managed to up the ante. MG’s Hector range expands with the introduction of the Hector Plus variant with revised looks, new seating configurations and extra features and we review it to find out if the second and third rows are any good. Moving on to more premium offerings, the issue packs two hot new BMWs in the form of the all-new X6 and the gorgeous new 8 Series Gran Coupe. Our top story this month takes a closer look at the Nissan Magnite, an upcoming SUV that could turn out to be the make or break model for the car maker in India. While the April issue saw the all-new Hyundai Creta diesel take on the Seltos diesel, in the latest issue the turbo petrol automatic variants of the two very popular SUVs lock horns and the result this time around is quite different. We continue the exploration of our country with the fourth instalment of the Pride of India series as we head out in the Hyundai Aura to meet two of India’s most prominent rivers. The issue also features a comprehensive guide to help car and motorcycle owners deal with the impending monsoon and we dig deep into the archives as part of our #throwback series to bring you some of the most epic drives we’ve done in the past. Enjoy the July issue of Auto Today and until next month, stay home, stay safe!

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