The February 2023 issue of Autocar India is headlined by our special report that takes you inside the recently held Auto Expo 2023. We have a scoop on Toyota working on a Corolla Cross LWB for India, an exclusive drive of the new Lexus RX and a track drive of the Citroen eC3 EV. This is followed by first drives of the Mahindra Thar 2WD, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-AMG E 53 Cabriolet. Our features this month include an unusual comparison of the Porsche Cayenne hybrid and a submarine; driving super-quick Audis on ice; and experiencing a Ferrari on rails. You can find this and much more in the February issue of Autocar India.
Auto Expo 2023 report
A comprehensive report on everything – from launches to concepts – shown at the motor show. Read our February issue to find out more.
Toyota Corolla Cross LWB
We bring you the scoop on Toyota's plans for a long wheelbase version of the Corolla Cross for India.
We drive the latest-gen Lexus RX SUV and, as we find out, its turbocharged strong hybrid engine is one of its strong points.
Kalvari class submarine vs Porsche Cayenne hybrid
A submarine and a Porsche Cayenne e-hybrid do not have anything in common… or do they? Find out more in this month's issue.
Mahindra Thar 2WD
The Thar 2WD is a rear wheel drive-only iteration that's built for the urban jungle. However, it can still take on quite a bit of the rough stuff.
World's quickest Ferrari
We set out to discover if a Ferrari on rails can offer the same exhilarating fun as one on asphalt.
Citroen has now entered the budget EV segment with its eC3 cross-hatch. We drive it on a track and tell you what it’s like.
Audis on ice
The RS e-tron GT has always been a fun, electric sportscar. But, as it turns out, even a Quattro grip can't stop us from letting the tail out on snow.
BMW 3 Series
BMW's 3 Series gets a facelift and is now available only in long wheelbase guise. And we find out that it is better for it.
Mercedes-AMG E 53 Cabriolet
We drive the new Mercedes-AMG E 53 Cabriolet. Nobody complains when top-down motoring is mixed with luxury.
Old vs New Nagpur Expressway
The new Mumbai-Nagpur Samruddhi Mahamarg expressway is now open to the public from Shirdi to Nagpur. We know it is faster than the old highway, but by how much?
Royal Enfield Super Meteor
The delicious-looking Super Meteor is expensive but is Royal Enfield’s finest offering to date. We review this latest flagship.
How well can an electric prototype fare in the world's toughest race? We went behind the scenes of the 2023 Dakar Rally with Audi to find out.
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