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This issue, we've got an exclusive drive of the new Porsche 911. Can it hold on to the title of world's best sportscar? We've got some answers. Given the lovely weather across the country, we also went adventuring, in a variety of vehicles. There was the Suzuki V-Strom 650, SWM Superdual T and Triumph Tiger 800XCx, big adventure bikes that went along to the countryside with us. Then there was the Alturas G4, Mahindra's answer to the long-reigning Toyota Fortuner. These two full-size premium SUVs battled it out with a lot of dust thrown up in the fray. There was also the Triumph Scrambler 1200, a small but definitely potent machine. And while the Indian countryside was already brimming with us, we also went to the far shores of Peru to catch the world's toughest rally playing out, the 2019 edition of the Dakar. Thrill of different calibre, that. In the middle of all this, there's something else really big brewing right here at home. If you haven't heard the name Laureti, you soon will. This small company has big ambitions. They're making an all-electric luxury SUV called the DionX. And it's all going to be built right here. All this and a lot more in the February 2019 issue of TopGear India.
BBC TopGear Magazine India is the country's most exciting automobile magazine, bringing you up-to-date news, drives and rides with the latest launches in the market, stunning features, witty and humorous content along with a complete buyer's guide covering the cars and bikes available in the Indian market. Taking inspiration from the BBC TopGear show, it is just as engaging a read. Being the largest automotive media brand in the world, BBC TopGear Magazine is present in over 40 countries and has over 350 million viewers worldwide. The Indian edition was launched in September 2005 and has since been the fastest growing motoring magazine which has re-invented the way automotive journalism works in the country.