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evo India’s March 2014 issue spotlights the latest trends from the 12th Auto Expo, India’s premier automotive showcase. All the exciting new concepts, impending car and bike launches and inside news. The cover features the RS7, the most powerful Audi in India, with an exclusive first drive report.

A preview of the #06 issue contents

The Audi RS7 4-door super saloon packs more power than the R8 V10 Plus, 562bhp to be precise. We drive this monster on Indian roads and to sizzle it up further, pit the mighty RS7 against BMW’s M6.
All the dizzy action and manic metal from the super fast drag do at the Aamby Valley air strip. Lightning two-strokes, crackling superbikes, smoking hot cars and even candid tips from a drag racing champion!

The scenic hills of Arunachal Pradesh are the backdrop as rally drivers from all over India rev it up at the debut Festival of Speed. A tangy glimpse of north eastern bonhomie and hospitality.

Sunny California is the dream venue for first encounter with ‘Stingray’, the seventh generation iteration of this iconic American muscle car.

Compact SUVs are all the rage but will the Macan prove to be a game changer for Porsche?

Formula One’s 2014 season brings about a sea change with the cars being powered by new turbo-charged engines. What else is new? Get clued in.

There’s loads of fun and frolic when India’s biggest biking festival gets rolling in Goa.

The newest cars in the market, the Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Hyundai Santa Fe, BMW 3 Series GT, Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG and Jaguar XJR – driven! Not to forget motorcycles like the Kawasaki Z800, Triumph Bonneville and Harley-Davidson Street Glide - ridden.

evo India’s star columnists Gautam Singhania, Bijoy Kumar, Bob Rupani, 2013 APRC Champion Gaurav Gill and Vicky Chandhok have their monthly say – pithy and provoking.

We bid farewell to the Skoda Laura and welcome in the Honda CR-V. The Evo X has us talking to ourselves -- and living with a split-psyched Jaguar XKR.

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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