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The September 2021 issue of evo India magazine breaks new ground, much like the Mahindra XUV700 that features on the cover! The XUV700 has already created waves with the hugely aggressive pricing, plus this SUV makes 200 horsepower and can hit 200kmph. With richly appointed interior, ADAS features, the works, it is all set to shake everything up in the Rs 10-20 lakh bracket. The XUV700 shares space on the cover with some high performance metal in the Porsche 911 GT3, that is taking other road-racer rivals like the Nissan GT-R Nismo and and the McLaren 600LT. There’s plenty more in this issue including what is possibly the most important comparison test of the year — pitting the Skoda Kushaq against the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos to see who is king of the mid-size SUV segment. We have also reviewed the first car from the N brand in India, the Hyundai i20 N Line, driven the face-lifted the Jaguar F-Pace and Honda Amaze, come away impressed with the Mercedes-AMG GLA 35, and driven cars from both ends of the EV spectrum in the Tata Tigor EV and Audi e-tron Sportback. On two wheels, we have put together a comprehensive comparison test of every motorcycle in the 200cc segment — featuring motorcycles from Hero, TVS, Bajaj and KTM. We’ve also ridden the ground breaking Harley-Davidson Pan America in India, the all-new Classic 350, an updated TVS Apache RR310 and Ntorq, and the Benelli 502c. The motorsport section of the magazine dives deep in to the new FIA-certified Formula Regional and Formula 4 championship all set to take place in India next year, and we look at Mahindra Racing’s performance at the end of the Formula E season. Meanwhile the Tuned section features a tricked out Nissan GT-R, right here in India. All this and a free 20-page booklet on the mega 28 States, 28 Plates road trip with the Renault Kiger in the September issue of evo India!

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