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With the lockdown easing up we have an epic cover story to get us plugged back into The Thrill of Driving! Taking centre stage among the Group A heroes is the Mitsubishi Evo 6.5 Tommi Makinen and around it is the Subaru Impreza Type RA, Lancia Delta Integrale, Toyota Celica GT-Four, Ford Escort RS Cosworth and… wait for it… the Nissan Sunny GTI-R. The latter none of us had ever heard of, all the others we lusted after in our formative years. And they’re all together, on a WRC stage of the Wales Rally. We even got together the Group A cars that made it to India and talk to their owners about them. Also in this issue: 13 SUVs including: Hyundai Creta with the turbo petrol engine is here to steal its crown back from the Seltos. 2020 Tata Harrier that gets the higher bhp diesel engine, automatic gearbox and better NVH. Mercedes-Benz GLE 300d and 400d, where we pit the latter’s Active Suspension against our in-house body builder in a push-up competition. Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace that marks the start of VW’s push towards TSI engines in India. BMW X5 M and X6 M Competition that are on their way to India. Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza that now gets a 1.5 petrol engine. Ford Endeavour that gets a 2-litre diesel mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox. Land Rover Discovery Sport that looks more desirable without loosing out on its practicality. BMW X1 that is now updated with smarter styling. Ferraris in maximum city: We get our hands on two Ferraris over a whole day in Mumbai — the GTC4 Lusso T and Portofino We also have rides of TVS’ new electric scooter, the iQube along with the new KTM 200 and 390 Duke. Our correspondents travel to Hyundai’s factory in Chennai to witness the Creta being built. We review Mercedes-Benz’s new Merc From Home online buying and e-commerce initiatives. We shine the spotlight on VW’s new 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0 TSI engines. Our Gone But Not Forgotten series looks back at the original josh machine, the Ford Ikon. And plenty more!

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