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    Autocar India: July 2024
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    The July 2024 issue of Autocar India is headlined by Hyundai’s next big plan for India. We also have the first looks of the BMW 5 Series LWB and Bentley Continental GT. Then, there’s the first drive of the sporty Tata Altroz Racer and the first ride of the BMW R 1300 GS. This and more in this month’s issue.

    Hyundai’s new chapter for India

    The country’s second-largest carmaker has planned big things for India: an IPO, a new plant, seven new models within the next three years, and much more.

    Audi Q6 e tron review

    The Audi Q6 e tron, based on the new PPE platform, may have more in common with the Porsche Macan than any other car from the manufacturer. But it’s the start of a new wave of Audis.

    Offline in Namibia with the Mahindra Scorpio N

    We explore Namibia’s wilderness in the hardy Scorpio N. But does it escape unscathed? Delve into our July issue to find out.

    Tata Altroz Racer review

    Tata dabbles in the hot hatch segment again with the Altroz Racer, which gets a new engine, a 6-speed manual, updated interiors and tweaked mechanicals to do justice to the name.

    BMW 5 Series LWB first look

    The BMW 5 Series LWB will take the Mercedes E-Class head-on. It also completes the German carmaker’s stretched sedan line-up, which includes the 3 Series and the 7 Series. We bring you all the details.

    Bentley Continental GT first look

    The Bentley Continental GT loses its iconic twin headlights, and a hybrid V8 replaces the stonking W12. But it’s no slouch—782hp and 1,000Nm of torque propel it from 0 to 100kph in 3.2 seconds.

    BMW R 1300 GS

    The new GS is radically different and makes no apologies for it. It’s taken on a more sporty and road-focused character that might attract more customers.

    24 hours of Le Mans race report

    This year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans went right down to the wire, but Ferrari took home the ultimate prize for the second year running. Our race report covers all the action.

    Articles in this issue

    Review Audi Q8 e-tron Sportback long term review, 13,800km report

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