THINKING INSIDE THE 'BOX
Volkswagen has introduced a new torque converter automatic to replace the DSG, and it’s brilliant
Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Turbo
Hyundai’s turbo-petrol cars have turned out to be dynamically sound and fun to drive. Does the new Grand i10 Nios Turbo build on the same script?
THE NEXT BIG THING
Wild by design is the tagline for the Sonet and like the Seltos this too sets a new benchmark in the styling department. We dive into the design details to understand it better
LIFE IS A BEACH
Our first long road trip after the lockdown may not have been somewhere out of the ordinary, but it was great to get the juices flowing again. We went Trippin’ with Lemon Tree!
Mercedes-Benz debuts the 53 line of cars in India with the GLE 53 Coupe, and it packs plenty of go-faster tech we have never seen on an AMG
HIPS DON'T LIE
The third-generation X6 features head-turning design and packs in the performance of a sports car. But does it make any sense?
With a mild facelift and a new engine, we’re trying to figure out which of these two new Superbs you should be putting your money on
Launching in October in time for the festive season, the EQC 400 4Matic will be India’s first fully-electric luxury vehicle
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross
Once only available with a diesel, this premium crossover from Maruti Suzuki is now only available with a petrol!
Alfa Romeo and Lancia were both virtually unstoppable in their motorsport heydays, but which cars best define these marques in motorsport? Henry Catchpole pins down his personal favourites
Built to celebrate 90 years of Scuderia Ferrari, the 986bhp, hybrid-powered SF90 Stradale is Maranello’s most powerful road car yet. But is it also its best?
THE PERFECT PANIGALE?
Are size and horsepower really all that crucial when it comes to conquering the roads? Some would argue that is the case, but we wanted to know for sure... so we pitched Ducati's pimped V4S against its new little brother, the V2
Lightweight, mid-engined, road-biased sports car from Dubai arrives in the UK
The fun-to-drive factor can only be valid if cars offer great dynamics and Hyundai’s transformational journey on this front is something that needs a telling
VTEC VS TSI
Honda sticks with the tried and tested naturally aspirated i-VTEC on the City while VW downsizes to the turbocharged TSI. Who is on the right track?
When the McLaren P1 was launched in 2013 it mesmerised with its freakish abilities. Seven years on, has time, and progress, dulled that brilliance? We find out on the twisting roads of the Pyrenees
It’s been a long time coming, but this Ferrari F430-based reimagining of the Lancia Stratos is finally here. Was it worth the wait?
BACK IN VOGUE
In the rush of SUVs we’d forgotten that premium hatchbacks even exist. That is set to change
If you want a turbocharged sedan, you now have options
Ferrari has built a rich line of thrilling road racers with its ‘special series’ V8s. From Competizione to Pista, we drive them all
Answering the question you all have been asking. Can the Harrier take the fight to the best-sellers?
BMW set social media on fire with the unveiling of the new 4 Series and while everyone had opinions on the styling, the changes go deeper than skin
The Volkswagen Polo and this magazine are inextricably entwined – so much so, that the Polo was partially responsible for the creation of evo India. We look back over the years gone by to see how the Polo has been the centre of our enthusiast focussed stories
The Hyundai Santa Fe has undergone a mid-cycle refresh, with a difference
The Kia Carnival is a fair bit more expensive than the Toyota Innova Crysta, and we’re trying to figure out if it’s worth all that extra cash!
AHEAD OF THE CURVE
With three extremely wet months in sight, we take two capable Hyundai cars out of town exploring vital safety aspects that can make driving in the rains an absolute breeze
Aston Martin Turns To AMG For Survival
AMG boss replaces Andy Palmer as British marque continues to falter
The Anatomy Of A 1980s Turbo F1 Car
Formula 1 in the ’80s is remembered for the advent of turbochargers and ever‑increasing power figures, and one car more than any other typified the sport in that era – the Williams‑Honda FW11
The Night Is Dark And Full Of Revs
With lockdown restrictions easing, we discover new ways to blow off steam after work and on the weekends
WHY MANUALS STILL MATTER
Automated gearboxes have their place, but nothing can beat a great manual shift for ultimate car and driver interaction