Autocar India Magazine

Issue: 25  |  Autocar India - June 2011

 

Autocar India's June 2011 issue is out on the news-stands and it’s packed with news, first drives, features, and all the action from the world of motorsport

* Honda Brio driven: Exclusive first impressions of Honda’s new small car for India.

* Scoop! Ambassador to spawn new variants in India

* First drives: Audi A7 and A8 diesels, BMW 650i, Renault Fluence, and New Corolla Altis

* New Hyundai Verna tested: It’s a great looker alright but how does the all-new Verna fare on the road? We give it a full road test, then pit it against rivals VW Vento and Honda City.

* Audi RS5 driven: Blend of supercar performance with everyday practicality – perfect for India.

 * Lamborghini Aventador V12 driven: O-100kph in less than three seconds; 350kph top speed. Need we say more?

* GM-Autocar India design contest: Young designers sketch and shape what they think is the next-gen Chevrolet

* Mudplugging, Fortuner-style: Toyota Fortuner owners in Bangalore get to grips with troubled terrain as their 4x4s play in a mud, mud, world 

 * Bikes: New Honda CBR250R vs Kawasaki Ninja 250R – talented quarter-litre sportsbikes slug it out in a twin test

 * Our road test verdict on the new Bajaj Discover 125 DTS-i.

 * Motorsport: India’s all set to become the fourth all-new F1 destination in the world - we bring you complete information on the Buddh International Circuit in Noida

 

 

About Autocar India Magazine

Autocar India is the country's leading authority for car and motorbike buyers.

Having pioneered road testing in India, its road test verdicts are the last word on new cars and bikes. Its monthly content of exclusive news, features and riveting stories continues to be unrivalled.

Autocar India is lauded for its high level of editorial content and production standards, and the magazine is complemented by its website AutocarIndia.com.

Autocar India pioneered the concept of advertorials in India, conceptualised and created by the in-house Special Projects team. The magazine also has the biggest and liveliest classified services section of any monthly motoring magazine.