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The November issue of evo India is an enthusiast’s delight, with Porsche’s latest Cayman GT4 being sent sideways taking centre stage on the cover. The Cayman GT4 takes the brilliant chassis from the 718 and fixes the one big grouse everyone had with it: the tiny flat-four motor. Instead, you get a proper 4-litre flat-six that has been fettled with by Porsche’s GT department, and even a manual gearbox. The Cayman has been honed for the enthusiast, with lap-times taking a backseat and involvement being priority. Also in this issue:


F1 car at Spa

We get behind the wheel of a 1998 Minardi F1 car at Spa, on the day of qualifying of this year’s Belgian GP


Porsche Cayenne Coupe

It takes after the likes of other SUVs with slippery roofs and does a mighty fine job of things


Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder

As comfortable belting around circuits, as it is cruising along boulevards with an unfiltered naturally-aspirated V10 symphony


Super saloon Origins

This story traces back the origins of the fast saloon, and explores all the greatest hits through the years.


BMW M5 Competition v Mercedes E63 S

With over 600bhp each, we pit the finest saloons from BMW and Mercedes-Benz against each other


MG Hector v Kia Seltos

Two new brands, two new SUVs. We pit the petrol automatic variants of the MG Hector and the Kia Seltos against each other to see which of them you should be putting your money on. 


Travel stories

We head out roadtripping in a number of cars this month: taking the Toyota Yaris to the Sula vineyards, driving the Renault Duster to the historical town of Champaner in Gujarat, taking the Hyundai Venue to the north east to explore the culture of football and how it unites the nation and taking the Renault Triber camping


KTM 790 Duke

Nicknamed the ‘Scalpel’ because of how nimble and precise it is, the 790 Duke is finally here!


Triumph Street Triple RS

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it is the ethos that Triumph seems to have used and we’re not going to complain

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.