Evo India May  2019

May 2019 issue of evo India magazine – On Stands Now!

evo India May 2019 magazine

Sexy lookin’ performance coupes, BMW trio of 7 series – 8 series – X4, VW Polo to West Bengal’s highest peak, decoding Kia’s design prowess and a lot more in the May 2019 issue of evo India magazine – On Stands now – Go grab your copy!

  • evo India May 2019 magazine
  • evo India May 2019 magazine

Five (relatively) affordable performance cars slug it out in the May 2019 issue of evo India magazine – On Stands Now

The mercury is rising! Summer is here and things are getting really hot with the five-way sportscar comparison story. The Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupe takes on its sub-crore performance car rivals in one high-octane story. We’ve also got loads of BMWs in this issue – the X7, X4, 7 Series and 8 Series.

Being a roadtrip special, we’ve taken some of our favourite cars to some really special places. A highlight of this issue is attempting to climb the treacherous Sandakphu trail in the humple Volkswagen Polo.  We’ve also driven across Egypt in a Scorpio, taken the Mahindra Marazzo down the east coast of India, thrashed a Toyota Yaris up the Valparai hill climb and explored Maharashtra’s majestic forts in the Renault Duster.

There’s plenty on two wheels two – Royal Enfield’s Bullet gets a new variant, the Interceptor 650 goes up against the Street Twin and we get our hands on the new Kawasaki Versys 1000.

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The contents:

Coupe Comparison
It’s never been a better time for enthusiasts, with a whole bunch of proper performance cars now available for less than a crore rupees. We pit the Mercedes-AMG C 43 Coupe against the BMW M2 Competition, the Porsche 718 Boxster, the Audi S5 and the Ford Mustang.

The Future of Performance
With electric cars imminent in our future, what happens to the performance car as we know it? This story gives tremendous insight in to what the future of performance looks like

Bigger and Better
The biggest BMW yet, in the land of excess. The X7 is BMW’s answer to the likes of the Range Rover, and it fits right in in the USA

Desert Driving
We discovered that there were a couple of Scorpios languishing in Egypt for a few days before they were shipped home, so we took them on a drive.

Transporter Beam
The Kawasaki Versys 1000 is a big green ADV that likes a fast road more than it does the rough stuff

Battle of the Twins
The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Triumph Street Twin have a similar formula, but vastly different approaches. We take the two out to see which one we like more

Challenge Accepted
To celebrate 20 years of the Polo in India, we put it to the ultimate challenge – climbing the rutted trail up to Sandakphu, the highest peak in West Bengal

Hunting Apexes
We test the Toyota Yaris’ enthusiast credentials by hammering it up the gorgeous roads that lead to Valparai

Down the Bay
We drive the Mahindra Marazzo down the length of the east coast of India on the second Marazzo Ocean Trail

Good Lookin’
We delve in to Kia’s design philosophy and understand how it uses design as a differentiator in this crowded car market

Creta’s Success
The Creta has sold over 5 lakh units and great design is the reason why it is so appealing. We talk to design professionals to understand what makes the Creta click

BMW’s Luxo Barge
The BMW 7 Series goes under the knife to stay fresh and comes out with a massive new grille and more luxury

Sleeker SUVs
The BMW X4 is a slippery X3, but it does well to bridge the gap between practicality and dynamics

Chronicling an Empire
The Renault Duster heads out on a road trip through Maharashtra, discovering its forst and the legacy of the Maratha empire

The Place to Be
The complete low-down on Hyundai’s upcoming sub-four metre SUV, and its host of connectivity options

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