Evo India June  2019

We turn five! Fast cars, track days and much more in the October 2018 anniversary issue of evo India magazine – On stands now!

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Pride. Strange word. Employ your talent with pride and you can turn good stuff, great. This month we bring you our pride and joy, the 5th anniversary of evo India. And guess what? It’s packed with stories that will make you feel proud too. There is our idea of a birthday bash, Audi’s most powerful cars unleashed at the BIC, with one of India’s hottest driving talents Aditya Patel sharing driving duties with the editor. We have ridden the year’s most anticipated Twins, the Royal Enfield Interceptor & Conti GT 650. We have been in the Mahindra Marazzo and you’ll be surprised by just how good the home grown SUV maker has made the MPV. All this, and much more, in the October issue of evo India.

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The contents-

Audi’s sportcar mega test: There’s nothing inline in this story, for only turbo V6s, turbo V8s and the greatest naturally aspirated V10 qualify in this mother of a track test.

Enthu Cutlets: A 440bhp Honda City VTEC? Really? Really! Where can you find it but in the pages of this magazine, plus the ITC winning Race Concepts VTEC.

Royal Enfield 650 Twins: The Interceptor and the Conti GT are proof that Royal Enfield can, and is moving into exciting new territory.

Mahindra Marazzo: Genuinely well built, loaded and is the only one of its kind in the world.

Jaguar F-Type 2.0: The cat can leap just as far even if its heart is a bit more compact.

Level Nex Lifestyle: We play DJ and mix music with adventure as we head to the Ziro Festival of Music in the award winning Tata Nexon.

Adventures with the WR-V: Adventure doesn’t always have to be about jumping off an aeroplane. We take a WR-V and explore the fascinating world of downhill cycling.

Kwid Goes Countryside: Every layer in this story will reveal a new facet as we take the Renault Kwid to the country’s largest onion market.

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