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What’s it like to drive a 740bhp, 350kmph supercar on the most iconic road-racing circuit in the world? Check out the November issue of evo India to know! We’ve taken the Lamborghini Aventador SV to the Isle of Man TT circuit to bring you an evocative drive story that you won’t forget in a hurry! Plus we’ve gone to the Sahara, burn some rubber and ride some great bikes.

GLA to the Sahara
Part 2 of the Great Overland Adventure takes us to Africa - and the Sahara desert! Don’t miss the mega 15-page drive story.

Maserati Quattroporte and Ghibli
Performance, sex appeal and luxury! We drive not one but two Maseratis on our favourite driving roads.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S
We burn rubber in Mercedes-AMG’s four-door super-saloon

Ladakh calling
We discover the backroad to Pangong Tso from Agham to Durbuk in a Duster on the next edition of the Border Challenge. And then we drive from Leh to Manali in the Hyundai Creta.

Mahindra Mojo
After teasing us for five years Mahindra have finally launched the 300cc Mojo. We find out if it was worth the wait.

Riding with the Boss
Sirish meets Shirish (the man behind DSK’s biking ventures with Hyosung and Benelli) for a Sunday morning ride to the Lap of Mutha

The World’s First Motor Race
Adil Jal Darukhanawala reminds us of where motorsport as we know it now all began

Fast SUVs
Burning rubber at the MMRT track in Chennai in the wildly overpowered BMW X5 M and X6 M. And then we go sideways in the Porsche Macan Turbo.

Triumph Bonneville Range
Wraps have just been taken off the new range of Bonnie’s with not one but five new motorcycles and a fabulous array of custom accessories to dress up these bikes. It’s going to be Triumph’s big Auto Expo showcase and we are the first to bring you the full lowdown on it.

We’ve also driven the Ford Figo, the new Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Mercedes-Benz’s ML-Class replacement - the GLE. This is one action packed issue you do not want to miss.

evo India Magazine Description:

PublisherProject GTO Publishing LLP




Evo India is a monthly magazine that covers the world of cars and motorcycles in India. It was launched in 2006 and is published by Autocar India.

Here are some of the features of evo India Magazine:

* Car reviews: evo India reviews all the latest cars in India, from budget hatchbacks to luxury sedans. The reviews are detailed and informative, and they give readers a good understanding of each car's strengths and weaknesses.
* Motorcycle reviews: evo India also reviews all the latest motorcycles in India. The reviews are just as detailed and informative as the car reviews, and they give readers a good understanding of each motorcycle's performance and handling.
* Test drives: evo India takes all the latest cars and motorcycles on test drives. These test drives are conducted on a variety of roads, from city streets to highways to race tracks. The test drives give readers a first-hand account of how each car or motorcycle performs in real-world conditions.
* Track reviews: evo India also takes some of the latest cars and motorcycles to the racetrack for track reviews. These track reviews give readers an idea of how each car or motorcycle performs on a closed course.
* Long-term tests: evo India also does long-term tests of some of the latest cars and motorcycles. These long-term tests give readers a real-world overview of how each car or motorcycle holds up over time.
* Features: evo India also has features on a variety of automotive topics, such as automotive history, motorsport, and car culture. These features are written by experts in the field and they provide readers with insights into the world of cars and motorcycles.

If you are a car or motorcycle enthusiast, then evo India Magazine is a must-read. It is the best source of information on the latest cars and motorcycles in India, and it also has features on a variety of automotive topics.

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