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    Autocar India: April 2024
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    The April 2024 issue of Autocar India is headlined by MG’s model onslaught for India. We also have exclusive India drives of the McLaren 750S and BYD Seal and the full story of Ford’s return to India. We’ve also compared the Aprilia RS 457 and the KTM RC 390. This and more in this month’s issue of Autocar India.

    JSW-MG’s model onslaught

    Soon after signing a joint venture with JSW, MG has outlined its plans to launch new models in the country, which includes a mix of ICE, EV and hybrid models.

    Ford returning to India with Endeavour

    Two years after it quit the Indian market, Ford is now planning to return with a combination of ICE and EVs. But it will all start with the triumphant return of the Endeavour.

    Autocar India Track Day 2024

    After a brief hiatus, our track day is back with a bang, with our wildest line-up of vehicles ever. Narain Karthikeyan and Rajini Krishnan are back to set the lap times, but our lap board is a clean slate as we’ve moved to a new track – the CoASTT circuit in Coimbatore.

    McLaren 750S India review

    With the rare opportunity to spend a day on track with the super-exotic McLaren 750S, we couldn’t resist pushing it hard and exploring its limits. No spoilers here, but boy, what a car!

    BYD Seal India review

    BYD’s third EV for India is its most sophisticated yet, but is that good enough for the carmaker to taste success in India?

    Is the Mumbai Coastal Road faster?

    The first section of Mumbai’s over-and-under-sea Coastal Road is open to the public, and while it is certainly awe inspiring, does it actually help? We race across the old route and the new to see how much time is saved.

    Aprilia RS 457 vs KTM RC 390

    Does Aprilia’s RS 457 have what it takes to take on the king of the race track, the KTM RC 390?

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    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.

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    The Mahindra XUV 300 facelift will be called the XUV 3XO. Should more brands rename models for facelifts?

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