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We kick start 2020 with our annual Car of the Year issue. It’s the most beautifully shot, eloquently written and lavishly produced COTY you will read in any magazine, any where in the world. Featuring 12 of the most thrilling and entertaining cars launched, this year’s eCOTY has AMGs and Porsches along with performance cars in all sorts of shapes and sizes plus we have open-tops and hatchbacks. Which car was the definitive highlight of 2019? Pick up a copy of this issue to find out! New cars for 2020 Does the Tata Altroz look as well as it drives? Can the MG ZS EV be the catalyst to an electric 2020? What does the new Mercedes-Benz GLC do when you say ‘Hey Mercedes’? What does the Jaguar XE offer over the traditional German rivals? And can the Q8 bring Audi back into the reckoning? All the answers in our extensive Driven section. New bikes for 2020 The two-wheeler space has been no less exciting. We rode down to IBW to bring you all the news including the launch of the Triumph Rocket 3 R, KTM’s 390 Adventure and the surprise launch of the Husqvarna brand in India. We have gotten our riding gloves on some exciting new bikes as well: the new Apache RTR 160 and 200, Suzuki’s Gixxer 250 and even BS6 scooters like the Honda Activa and the Yamaha RayZR Street Rally 125. Road Trips We drove the Kia Seltos through West India, looking for the finest in art and craftsmanship. Accompanied a bunch of Jeep owners through the White Rann. Dove into strawberry season with India’s favourite people-mover, the Toyota Innova and even took a Jeep Wrangler to discover unknown parts of Canada The story of TSI Following up on our turbo-petrol story last issue we look at how the TSI engine has been an integral part of Volkswagen’s journey in India, and democratised the turbo petrol engine

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