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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
This month we turn up the heat with our exclusive drive of the explosive new Mercedes-AMG E63 S. But since there’s no such thing as too much of a good thing, we back it up with an evo-trademark Supertest shootout of the E 63 S AMG with an equally brawny 4-door, Porsche’s Panamera. Back home, we head to Bangalore to try out the Toyota Yaris before taking to the Lap of Mutha -this time to find out if practical diesel hatchbacks can offer The Thrill of Driving. All that, and more, in the May issue of evo India Out on stands now. Mercedes-AMG E 63 S: 603bhp. 850Nm. The E 63 S puts out as much power as F1 cars of yesteryears. And we’re the first to drive the AWD super saloon on home turf. Mercedes-AMG E63 S vs Porsche Panamera Turbo: Which is the new super saloon boss? Find out in the battle of twin-turbo V8 beasts Toyota Yaris: Toyota’s challenger to the Honda City proves its mettle on the twisties of Nandi Hill Range Rover Sport SVR: Loud enough to shatter eardrums and wake up half of England, the Range Rover Sport SVR is more gangsta than a G-Wagen. Can diesel hatchbacks be fun?: Beyond the kmpl figures and the features game, the Swift, Figo S and Polo GT TDI prove that diesel hatches aren’t only about practicality Ford Fiesta R5 WRC rally car: India’s ace rally driver Gaurav Gill will make his WRC2 debut in this car. Guess what? We’ve driven it already Mahindra Thar Wanderlust: Getting behind the wheel of this monster truck that was the star of the Mahindra pavilion at the Auto Expo. Nissan R34 Skyline GT-R: This might be godzilla’s ancestor, but the Skyline ain’t no dinosaur Jaguar F-Type SVR: Faster F-Type. Louder F-Type. More desirable F-Type. Ford Freestyle: This is a raised Figo with just extra ground clearance. Right? Wrong! Kawasaki Vulcan S: American demeanour. Japanese soul. How good a cruiser can this one be? Back to school with CSS 2018: Sirish goes to one of the best riding schools in the world to get the ‘quick turn’ sorted