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Issue brief April 2015
The issue features the best mid-engined, affordable Porsche yet, the Cayman GT4, Audi’s 2016 R8, the last hurrah for the previous-gen R8, the 562bhp LMX with lasers, and the M3 rival, Mercedes-AMG’s C 63 S. We've also wheeled the Skoda Octavia vRS, and the race-spec Huracan Super Trofeo. On two wheels we've ridden the hot Ducati Diavel Carbon, and the Harley-Davidson LiveWire this month.

Audi R8 Expectations
One of our favourite supercars, the last generation R8 was affordable, yet fast and crazy. Does the 2016 R8 live up to the name?
Audi R8 LMX
Sharks with lasers may just be Doctor Evil’s fantasy, but Audi has integrated them into the 562bhp R8. These lasers sure light up the night!
Porsche Cayman GT4
This mid-engined Porsche hasn’t been held back by the German’s usual ‘nothing better than 911’ philosophy.
2015 Audi TT
Will the third-gen TT be everything we’ve come to expect from this sporty coupe?
Mercedes-AMG C 63 S
A proper performance sedan, the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S is the M3's rival that may finally put the Beemer in its place.
Skoda Octavia vRS
We loved the first-gen Octavia vRS and Laura vRS. A logically sound plea to Skoda to bring the new Octavia vRS here
Lamborghini Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo
Lighter, more powerful and rear-wheel drive, the 611bhp race-spec Huracan Super Trofeo is madder than you’d think
Lots of new cars driven! Everything from the more powerful Mercedes-Benz A-Class and B-Class, the new Hyundai i20 Active, the Mini Cooper S, Renault's new Lodgy MPV and the all-new Volvo XC90.
Harley-Davidson LiveWire
An electric Harley-Davidson? We tell you what it's like to ride.
Ducati Diavel Carbon
A cruiser with the heart of a superbike? The Diavel delivers offers an experience few other motorcycles can
Harley to India Bike Week
Our Ed ticks another one off his bucket list by riding a Harley down to the 2015 India Bike Week!

evo India Magazine Description:

PublisherProject GTO Publishing LLP




evo India Magazine published by Project GTO Publishing LLP is a monthly magazine that covers the world of cars and motorcycles in India.

The magazine is known for its in-depth reviews, insightful analysis, and stunning photography. It covers a wide range of topics related to cars and motorcycles, including:

* New car and motorcycle reviews: evo India reviews all the latest cars and motorcycles in India, from budget hatchbacks to luxury sedans to high-performance sports cars and motorcycles. The reviews are comprehensive and informative, and they give readers a good understanding of each vehicle's strengths and weaknesses.
* Road tests and comparisons: evo India also conducts road tests and comparisons of different cars and motorcycles. This helps readers to compare different vehicles and choose the one that is right for their needs.
* Features: evo India also publishes features on a variety of automotive topics, such as automotive history, motorsport, and car culture. These features are written by experts in the field and they provide readers with insights into the world of cars and motorcycles.

evo India Magazine is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in cars and motorcycles. It is a must-read for anyone who is looking to buy a new car or motorcycle, or who simply wants to learn more about the world of automotive journalism.

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