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Fists of Fury! It’s an apt description of the mighty new Porsche 911 GT3 that is vaporising its tyres on the cover of the June issue of evo India. Forged in the Porsche Motorsport foundry is this the best sports car in the world right now? An indepth track test reveals all. We waited for the lockdown to lift to get our hands on all the important new cars for this issue, none more important than the new Skoda Octavia. With this segment being all but dead the big question we are asking is if the Octy can end our obsession for SUVs, and for that we took the Hyundai Tucson along for the test. The GLA is a very important new car for Mercedes-Benz but can it outclass the first of this breed of compact luxury SUVs, the BMW X1? The June issue has an exclusive comparison, and we also bring along the Mini Countryman which is no longer a left-field option! Which is the best BMW 3 Series in the country right now? We brought along the regular wheelbase 320d, long wheelbase 330i Gran Limousine, and the fastest car made in India, the M340i together for one mega drive With the GLS Maybach making waves we pull out an outrageous story from the archives where we took the nearly six-metre long, 542bhp Maybach 62 around the Nurburgring. Closer to home we go exploring one of the nicest drives in our neck of the woods, to Mahabaleshwar in the Hyundai Tucson. We meet a GT3 and M4-driving doctor who has bought a new Mahindra Thar to fuel his passion for road trips. We took a drive down the leopard trail in Gurgaon with a Nissan Magnite owner. The TUNED section features aftermarket air suspension. The Fast Bikes India section is headlined by the BMW F 900 XR that goes head-to-head against the Triumph Tiger 900 GT. We test all the block pattern tyres available for the RE Classic 350. And we go behind the scenes at TVS Racing to find out what makes the RR310 Cup tick like clockwork

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