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Forget the ginormous kidneys of the new BMW M3 / M4, you can’t see it from behind the ’wheel and in any case you will be very busy with the Drift Analyser! This is exactly what we did for the cover story of the April 2021 issue of evo India, driving the new BMW M4 Competition fast and very sideways! Even more bonkers is the 808bhp Lamborghini Sian which genuinely scared our hardcore testers. Not nearly as fast but much closer to home is the assembled-in-India Mercedes-AMG A 35 and that’s not the only new Merc in this issue because we’ve got our hands on the facelifted E-Class. Plus, there’s a head to head between two of the most fun front-wheel-drive cars in the country — the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe and the Skoda Octavia RS 245. We also take the Indian Car of the Year 2020 — the Hyundai i20 — onto some of our favourite driving roads. We speak to one of the early owner’s of the new Mahindra Thar to discuss why it shares garage space with an AMG! We’re also back to doing cross-country road trips with a drive to the most northwestern parts of Kashmir in a convoy of 4x4s, a drive along India’s west coast in Honda’s entire lineup of cars and the Fast Bikes section features a convoy of Honda H’ness CB350s across Arunachal Pradesh. Within our home base of Pune, we discover some of the hidden French influence along with the Renault Kiger. And there’s a very special eight-page homage to the legendary first-gen Audi R8. The Fast Bikes India section is headlined by Honda’s CB500X whose price seems to precede its reputation, plus there’s the BS6-compliant Benelli TRK 502 and the Honda CB350 RS — the ruffian among the royal family. The Tuned section features a Mercedes-AMG CLS 63 with a satanic exhaust note and a Honda Civic that looks straight out of Pimp My RIde.

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