evo India - April 2017

Publisher: Project GTO Publishing LLP
Category: Automotive, Men's Interest
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly

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evo India is devoted to the thrill of driving. From affordable hatchbacks to 300kmph supercars and from single-cylinder sports bikes to screaming superbikes, evo India aims to put the reader firmly behind the wheel and in the saddle to celebrate the motoring experience. Launched in the UK in 1998, evo has grown to become arguably the world’s most respected automobile magazine for motoring enthusiasts. The 16 editions of evo around the globe focus on driving reviews and adventures, plus up-to-date news, opinion, technology, guides and group tests. Keeping pace with the changing needs of the motorist while remaining faithful to the mantra ‘The Thrill Of Driving’, evo punches above its weight in the hotly contested motoring magazine marketplace. evo’s core team of experienced writers, photographers and filmmakers produce award-winning content that is respected globally for its integrity and professionalism

We welcome summer with everything you need to know about the hottest supercar of the moment - the new McLaren 720S - and also exclusive features on the Porsche 911 GT3 (manual gearbox, yes!) and Alpine’s comeback car, the A110 (Renault, bring it to India please). We’ve also lapped the BIC in the affordable enthusiast car, the Baleno RS, driven to the Himalayas, discovered the Middle East's best road and sampled the new KTM Duke family too. Here's what's inside: Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS: Flat out in Maruti’s first turbo-petrol hot hatch at the Buddh circuit McLaren 720 S: All you need to know about McLaren’s new 720PS supercar Purest of them all: First mid-engine, rear drive French sportscar in decades, the Alpine A110, and the massively updated 911 GT3 Bren Garage: Meet the Indian who has the last three evo Cars of the Year winners in his garage! Mercedes-AMG GT R: The AMG GT becomes harder and faster - a proper threat to the 911 GT3 Maserati Quattroporte GTS: A pedal to the metal run from Dubai to the Oman border AMG hill climb: Himalayan roads and an SLC 43 AMG for company Times auto awards: The best cars and two wheelers of 2016 get recognised 21 Gun Salute: The best vintage car rally and concours show comes to Delhi Yamaha FZ25: Is this the FZ upgrade you have been waiting for? MY17 KTM Duke family: The orange duo is now a trio – the 200, 250 and 390 Duke California Superbike School: Learning to carve corners and get our knee down from the best in the business Driven: New vastly improved Audi A5 Cabriolet, Jazz based Honda WR-V crossover and the Tata Tigor styleback Free OFF ROAD April issue: Get all the off-road action from across the country and internationally in one place. From driving the new Land Rover Discovery 5 in the Utah desert (an exclusive!) to crawling through three feet of snow in the Himalayas the April issue is full of adventure. We even took the AWD Duster and the Tata Hexa to a quarry to kick up some dust.


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