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evo India completes a year of living the Thrill of Driving dream. And the first anniversary issue sparkles with a bright, celebratory flame. It’s time to celebrate a year of doing what we enjoy the most – riding and driving. We have a bouquet of stories scintillating enough to make this edition un-put-downable. The year has indeed gone by in a pedal-to-the-metal blur, doing what we can to thrill you, dear automotive enthusiast! Here’s a peak at what the nearly 300-page anniversary special has: Ferrari Generations We paint the horizon red with some of the best V8-engined Ferraris, the 348, 355, 430, 458 and V12 equipped 599. F40 to the Alps One of the most legendary Ferraris from Maranello from Switzerland to the UK, over some of the most scenic alpine passes. Suzuki V-Strom 1000 and Mahindra Super Thar on top of the world A full-fledged adventure motorcycle and a rally-prepped off-roader head to the world’s highest motorable road. And it isn’t Khardung La! Sanjay Gupta A racy dialogue with action film maestro Sanjay Gupta. Turns out this film director is a dyed in the wool biker! Rocks and roll with the Audi Q5 Pioneering rock climber Apoorva Prasad and his two disciples discover vertigo-inducing rock faces in the Himalayas, with the Audi Q5 for company. KTM RC 390 It is probably the most anticipated motorcycle of 2014, and we’ve ridden it, right here in India! Bentley Mulsanne meets the 1935 Bentley 3½-litre A classic British car with French coachwork. A modern version now owned by a German auto giant. A fable for your grandkids this. Remembering Kari Nineteen years after his untimely demise, a heart-felt tribute to the man who changed the face of Indian motorsport. Evo ITC It’s about time to give the Maruti Esteem a burial. We believe there is a car that deserves to be the next best thing in tin-top racing! Driven! The Mahindra Scorpio, Mercedes-Benz GLA, Skoda Yeti and Maruti Ciaz are here. We get behind the wheel to tell you all there is!

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