This August, evo India is painting the town scarlet with not one, not two but a whole clutch of Ferraris including the fabulously fast Superfast 812 and the supersonic 488 Pista. We then take the marvellous Mercedes-AMG GT R and introduce it to our very own Green Hell in the most spectacular fashion possible. We also head to the Sepang International Circuit to ride the blisteringly fast and monstrously powerful Ducati Panigale V4 S. Last but not the least, we set off on a national record attempt to cover all 29 states in 29 days with a pair of Renault Kwids. All this, and more in the August issue.
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The contents –
McLaren 600LT: “The fastest, most powerful and most extreme, yet road legal, Sports Series. Ever,” says McLaren. We agree.
Ferrari Special: Not just the 812 Superfast on the road but we’ve driven the 488 Pista at Fiorano and then brought together its predecessors – the 458 Speciale, 430 Scuderia and Challenge Stradale.
Mercedes-AMG GT R: The car that broke records at the fearsome Nordschleife and the Buddh International Circuit is taken to our very own Green Hell, the road to Lavasa.
29 States 29 Days: Every single state in the country in as many days. The aim, to set a new national record in a pair of Kwids. Will we, or won’t we?
Budget buys for enthusiasts: Here’s one for all the enthu cutlets who are low on cash in their wallets but high on octane in their blood. Gen 1 Octy RS, Gen 1 City VTEC, Cedia, Palio, Ikon and many more make up this 11 car special
Korea high: Tracing the rise of Hyundai and Kia and their emphasis on handling and performance
BMW G 310 twins: They are finally here. Are they worth the wait? Our man Jehan went to find out first hand.
Ducati Panigale V4 S: Ever tried taming a 211bhp superbike? We headed to Sepang to see if we could, with this gorgeous red fire breather.
Pikes peak: Electrifying action on a magnificent mountain that is host to the world’s most iconic hill climbs. No wonder the editor came back moony eyed