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Headlining the June issue is the mad as hell McLaren Senna that is named after two legends. We also have the low down on Lambo’s new SUV, the Urus, and Sirish indulges in some first class fun at the VW GTI Days before heading off on a trip-of-a-kind through Iran. For the sober lot we have driven the new Amaze and pit the Toyota Yaris against its rivals. We have driven Skoda’s next new SUV for India and also have a bunch of bikes for both the enthusiast as well as the commuter. There’s something for everyone in the June issue of evo India. Out on stands now.
McLaren Senna: What happens when you take McLaren’s ultimate road legal track car to Silverstone? You get one helluva story.
Volkswagen GTI Days: Soaking in the Polo, Up & Golf GTI in southern Spain and, more importantly, at the Ascari race track.
Porsche 911 Carrera T: Lightweight windows, no rear seats and a limited slip diff. This has to be the most perfect 911.
Skoda Karoq: This could well do for Skoda what the Compass did for Jeep.
Lamborghini Urus: An SUV that doesn’t dilute Lamborghini’s supercar values.
Honda Amaze: New and improved. Should the Dzire be worried?
Toyota Yaris v Honda City v Hyundai Verna v VW Vento: A classic C segment conflict with the Yaris jockeying for the crown.
Audi A6: Ingolstadt’s challenger to the 5 Series and the E-Class is now sharper.
BMW i8 Roadster: The iconic electric sportscar loses its head.
Kia K900: A flagship meant to impress upon the world the idea of Korean car building prowess.
Bentley Mulsanne & Bentayga: Living the life of a high roller for a day.
Iran Diaries: From Bandar Abbas to Baku, Sirish is off on a road trip unlike any other.
Honda X Blade: HMSI finds a gap between the Unicorn and the Hornet and plugs it with this.
Kawasaki Versys-X 300: The smallest Japanese adventure bike money can buy.
Honda CBR650F: Is Honda’s updated middleweight sports-tourer still playing Mr Nice Guy?
Suzuki GSX-S750: This might well be the perfect upgrade from a 390 Duke.

evo India Magazine Description:

PublisherProject GTO Publishing LLP




evo India Magazine published by Project GTO Publishing LLP is a monthly magazine that covers the world of cars and motorcycles in India.

The magazine is known for its in-depth reviews, insightful analysis, and stunning photography. It covers a wide range of topics related to cars and motorcycles, including:

* New car and motorcycle reviews: evo India reviews all the latest cars and motorcycles in India, from budget hatchbacks to luxury sedans to high-performance sports cars and motorcycles. The reviews are comprehensive and informative, and they give readers a good understanding of each vehicle's strengths and weaknesses.
* Road tests and comparisons: evo India also conducts road tests and comparisons of different cars and motorcycles. This helps readers to compare different vehicles and choose the one that is right for their needs.
* Features: evo India also publishes 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.

evo India Magazine is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in cars and motorcycles. It is a must-read for anyone who is looking to buy a new car or motorcycle, or who simply wants to learn more about the world of automotive journalism.

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