AMG should be worried! BMW’s M performance division has pulled a rabbit out of its hat with the new M2 Competition. Small, muscular, powerful, loves to drift and – here’s the best part – it will be available with a manual gearbox. It is coming to India in a month and it burns rubber on the cover of evo India’s September issue. Plus we have another huge story – the all-new Jeep Wrangler is coming to India and we have driven it on the most hardcore off-road trail in the world, the Rubicon Trail. Plus we have the 2018 Range Rover benchmarked against the S-Class, the 2018 Range Rover Sport and we ask what is the point of the E-Class All-Terrain and Volvo V90 Cross Country. All this and plenty more in the power packed September 2018 issue of evo India magazine. Grab your copy now!
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BMW M2 Competition: Lighting up the tyres on the best BMW M car right now at the Ascari circuit in Southern Spain
Cross Country:The E-Class All Terrain and the V90 Cross Country ask a basic question? Do you need SUVs to get muddy?
Rubicon Trail:Driving the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon – coming to Indian early next year – on the world’s toughest off-road trail
Best Car in the World? Can the Range Rover challenge the S-Class’s title?
29 States in 29 Days: We set a new FMSCI national record with the Renault Kwid
Kia’s Top Dog: The Stinger GT can give BMW M and Mercedes-AMG a fright
Enthu Cutlets: Continuing with our series on budget performance cars this month we line up Fiats sold in India over the past two decades
Used Bentley:Owning a Mulsanne is not completely impossible with Bentley’s used car program
Go Anywhere:Riding up to Spiti with the Triumph Tiger 800 XRx and getting astride the Ducati Multistrada 1260S on the sidelines of the Ducati Riding Experience’s Off-Road Academy
Race-spec Apache RR 310: We go racing with the more-power TVS Apache RR 310