New Swift tested, Bujji movie car review, and more in Autocar India's June 2024 issue

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    Published On Jun 07, 2024 03:30:00 PM


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    In the June 2024 issue of Autocar India, our cover story’s subject is the fourth-generation Maruti Suzuki Swift, which has an overwhelming legacy to live up to. We also have exclusive reviews of two British sports cars, a detailed feature on everything you need to know about tyres, and a report on our first experience riding the new Pulsar NS400Z. All this and more await you in the latest copy of Autocar India.

    Maruti Suzuki Swift review

    In its latest avatar, India’s beloved hatchback gets a new engine that’s down on power but more fuel-efficient. Is this model as fun as the Swifts of yore?

    Kalki 2898 AD Bujji drive

    Mahindra and Jayem Automotives created a monstrous three-wheeler for the movie Kalki 2898 AD, which is set in an apocalyptic world. We head to the CoASTT racetrack to get inside the belly of the 6-tonne beast.

    Bentley Continental GT prototype exclusive review

    Bentley's new Continental GT drops the famed W12 for a V8 hybrid. It not only makes more power than the former but is also much faster, says the carmaker.

    Aston Martin Vantage exclusive review

    The new Vantage borrows so much from the bigger DB12 that it could’ve created a quandary for the British carmaker. It’s so dramatic and charismatic that one wonders how it’s the baby of the range.

    Tyre special feature

    Our tyre special gives you a lowdown of how to ‘read’ and select the right tyre for your car, how to use a puncture repair kit and tyre tips for highway driving.

    Normandy travel feature

    Eighty years after the Allied forces stormed Normandy to liberate Europe, we drive the new Wrangler along the French coast, where its granddaddy, the Willys, helped win the war.

    Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z

    Bajaj has fitted the Dominar’s 400cc motor into the NS400Z, making it the most powerful Pulsar yet. Oh, and it’s a sub-Rs 2 lakh bike, too!

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