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Lamborghini Aventador SVJ rocks the March 2019 issue of evo India – on stands now

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We welcome the summer with not one but two of the greatest Lamborghini’s on sale right now — the first and only Lamborghini Aventador SVJ to arrive in India and the Huracan Evo that takes Lambo’s V10 supercar to the next level. More exotica? We get up close and personal with the new Aston Martin Valkyrie and hear the shriek of its 1000bhp V12 engine. Ever thought of a BMW M3 with 4WD? Like it or not, it’s going to happen in 2020. Then we hit the legendary Targa Florio rally route in the Bentley Continental GT, the Ed learns to ride his Ninja ZX-14R at the California Superbike School and we sample all the newly launched cars in India including Honda Civic, Mahindra XUV 300, Toyota Camry Hybrid and more.

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The contents –

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ: 350kmph Lamborghini is the final hurrah for naturally-aspirated V12 before everything goes hybrid (or electric, shudder). And we let it rip on Indian roads!

Huracan Evo: With the same fire-breathing V10 engine of the Performante, has it added a new dimension in manic performance?

New Porsche 911: That it is better is a given but how much better is the new 911? We get behind the wheel to find out.

New 8 Series: BMW’s new flagship is a remastered GT in modern times that can handle both road as well as track work

 

Honda Civic: We missed the ninth generation but now the Civic is back with a diesel engine and doesn’t scrape its belly even when fully loaded

Mahindra XUV300: Meet Gaurav Gill’s new rally wheels and the Brezza/Nexon/EcoSport’s big new rival

Toyota Camry Hybrid: Refinement is the name of the game, so too is comfort and saving the planet

Mercedes-Benz V-Class: We wanted to hate it, but there’s no getting away from the sheer practicality, luxury and all-round capability of the new Merc

Gurkha Xtreme & Tiger 800 XCx: Which one of these doomsday vehicles would you pick for a quick escape if a calamity stared at you in the face?

BMW F 750 GS: Can the new GS play the dual roads of on-road corner carving and off-road travel?

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