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    Autocar India: October 2021
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    In this issue, we bring you a list of 50-plus new cars that are arriving in India in the next 12 months, so you’ll want to read this before deciding on your next car purchase. We also drive the new MG Astor SUV, the facelifted Porsche Macan GTS and review TVS’s new 125cc commuter bike – the Raider 125. We’ve also compared the new Hyundai i20 N Line to the Volkswagen Polo GT TSI in this issue. We get an early drive on Mumbai’s new Coastal Road, we break down Formula 1’s grid for 2022 and much more in Autocar India’s October 2021 issue. Here’s what you can expect:

    MG Astor

    MG’s latest SUV is loaded with tech, including an AI assistant and ADAS driving features. But does it have enough to dethrone the current midsize SUV king, the Creta? Read all about it in this issue.

    Hyundai i20 N Line

    Hyundai’s N Line performance sub-brand has finally made its much-anticipated debut in India with the i20 hatchback. So, is the new i20 N-Line a driver’s delight? Grab a copy and find out.

    Tata Tigor EV road test

    We put Tata’s latest and smallest EV offering through our rigorous road test. Find out how it performs in the real world in this issue. 

    Mumbai Coastal road

    Here at Autocar, we’re all about firsts! In this issue, we get exclusive early access to drive on Mumbai’s upcoming Coastal Road project in a Tata Nexon EV.

    Mercedes EQC Clean Energy drive

    Given that most of India’s electricity is still generated via thermal energy, we set out in a Mercedes-Benz EQC in search of some clean electricity from green sources such as solar, wind and hydro.

    Hyundai i20 N Line vs Volkswagen Polo GT TSI

    The Polo GT has been the enthusiast’s choice of sporty hatchback for a long time in India. But there’s a new kid on the block – the i20 N Line. Find out which one comes out on top, the Korean or the German, in this comparison.

    Royal Enfield Classic 350 vs Honda H’ness CB350

    Royal Enfield’s reborn Classic 350 takes on the Honda H’ness CB350 in this battle of the retro cruiser motorcycles. Is the 2021 iteration of the Classic 350 good enough to defend its crown? Read this issue to find out.

    Yamaha R15 V4

    Yamaha’s entry-level, full-faired motorcycle, the R15, receives a significant update in terms of styling and features. We take a closer look at it in this issue.

    Exploring Western Ladakh

    We travel over 1,100km and nine mountain passes in an epic expedition across Ladakh. And all of this in a first-gen Mahindra Thar. 

    Articles in this issue

    Feature Lights Out! - 2021 TVS Young Media Racer programme Race 1 feature

    Feature Special Feature: Honda Amaze - At ease in Amritsar

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