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It’s time for the evo Car of the Year special, the hunt for the best drivers’ car of the year, the test where hypercars go up against hot hatches to find the one car that defines The Thrill of Driving. At one end of the spectrum we have the Volkswagen Up! GTI that is being considered for an India launch, and at the other end is the McLaren 600LT and Ferrari 488 Pista, both of which should make it to India this year. Want to know where Ford’s Thrill of Driving DNA comes from? We have the Fiesta ST which sadly won’t come to India. Neither will the Megane RS or Alpine A110 but the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is already here and so is BMW M2 Competition. Which car takes the eCOTY? It’s one mega-story in the February 2019 issue of evo India!
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Bentley Continental GT: Our first India drive of the Bentley that has it all – comfort, opulence and a sportiness that you wouldn’t associate with the former two.
Force Gurkha Xtreme: If it’s good enough to pass the Army’s Light Strike Vehicle requirements, then the new Gurkha Xtreme is certainly good enough for the off-road community. An exclusive.
Snow drive: Haven’t heard of Nelong? Neither had we. But when we did, we just had to drive the Discovery Sport up there for our first snow drive of the season
Kodiaq & CR-V: In this battle of the cushy seven-seaters, we pit the new Honda CR-V against the Skoda Kodiaq.
Jeepers Keepers: We go to Nagaland to find the biggest gathering of vintage WW2 Jeeps and come back with tons of nostalgic anecdotes.
VW Polo R2 rally car: The ed takes his fears head-on and returns to rallying after a 4 year hiatus to take second in class at the Popular Rally in Kerala.
Triumph Speed Twin: Our biking correspondent says the Triumph Bonneville Speed Twin is the motorcycle equivalent of a perfect fish ‘n’ chips.
FB Mondial HPS300: Does Motoroyale’s new offering ride as good as she looks?