evo India celebrates its sixth anniversary, with an absolute cracker of a story: driving the Ferrari F8 Tributo at Fiorano and in the hills around Maranello. Ferraris are always special, mid-engined ones even more so and the F8 Tributo is a tribute of sorts to the brilliantly engineered V8 engine that has won the Engine of the Year award for four consecutive years. But more than just a plain old review of the car, we bring you the full Ferrari experience, right down to the last detail. Also in this issue:
Porsche 911 Carrera S (992): Someone from the latest generation of Porsche enthusiasts gets his hands on the latest generation of the 911
Mercedes-Benz C-Class v BMW 3 Series: The top-of-the-line diesels from either camp, the C300d and 320d go head-to-head.
Frankfurt Motorshow: The low-down on the movers and shakers from the Frankfurt Motor Show: including the Porsche Taycan, the Volkswagen ID.3 and the Land Rover Defender.
Indian FTR 1200 S: Built on an all-new platform, the FTR 1200 S is a flat-track inspired motorcycle for the road.
MV Agusta Tourismo Veloce: The Turismo Veloce takes everything that we love about MVs and adds a dash of practicality to them
Benelli Leoncino: Benelli has been slowly expanding its range of offerings in India, and the latest, the Leoncino, could be the best one yet. A neo-retro motorcycle with Scrambler cues
AMG Hill Climb: Exploring old rally routes in the western ghats in the Mercedes-AMG GLE 43 Coupe
Life with the VW Tiguan: The Ed has been living with the Volkswagen Tiguan for a while now, and delves in to what makes this SUV special
Skoda Kodiaq road trip: Driving the Kodiaq to Hampi to explore the ruined temples and unique landscape round
Fortuner road trip: We take the big daddy of SUVs — the Toyota Fortuner — exploring the trails around a flooded Rann of Kutch
Hyundai Safety Stories: Tips on how to be a safer driver on our roads
evo India – a magazine For Enthusiasts, By Enthusiasts. Our mission statement is clear: 'From affordable hatchbacks to 300kmph supercars, and from single-cylinder sports bikes to screaming superbikes, evo India will put the reader firmly behind the wheel and in the saddle to celebrate the motoring experience.’ With every issue you will notice stunning visuals and fascinating content curated for your reading and viewing pleasure. We have driven and ridden cars and bikes spanning a wide spectrum – supercars and superbikes along with affordable machines – and all living up to our tag line: The Thrill of Driving & Riding.