Age doesn’t slow you down. We kick off the New Year by turning old conventions on their heads with our cover story. At a venerable 70, instead of slowing down Porsche is going faster than ever. Nothing proves that better than our story on the next new 911, plus a whole bunch of other stories on the brand and its fabulously hot cars in this Porsche special. We have also driven the new 3 Series, the brand new Tata Harrier and ridden the new Jawas. All this, and a whole lot more in the January issue to welcome another new year of The Thrill of Driving. Hurry, grab your copy now!
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Porsche at 70 – From the next new 911 to three iconic sports cars to the mentally quick hybrid that competes at Le Mans, Porsche proves age really is no bar
Power of 3 – The seventh generation of the BMW 3 Series is even more powerful and of course many times more fun as the editor finds out from behind the wheel
Tata Harrier – Should Jeep be worried about Tata’s latest? We drove it from Jodhpur to Khimsar and back to find out
Nissan Kicks – Is it just another Terrano in new clothing or is there more than meets the eye?
Never Stop Discovering – As the Discovery Sport heads to one of the most difficult trails to drive on in India
River Drive – From the mouth of the Hooghly in South Bengal to the Ganga’s rendezvous with the Yamuna in Allahabad, we explore the river that brings calm to India’s chaos in the Toyota Corolla Altis
Nexon to North East – We head with the Nexon to what is possibly the largest fest in the Seven Sisters, the Hornbill Festival
Making of the Santro – From scratch to a brand new hatchback is just 21 hours is how the Santro comes alive at Hyundai’s plant
Getting high with the Duster – As we head to a WWII battlefield, right here in India!
Living with the Tiguan – Having wicked fun in what you thought was a sober family SUV
Jawa reborn – It has the name and the looks. It even has the twin exhausts from a single cylinder engine. But is Jawa really back with a fabulous ride experience?