The last issue of 2016 and we bring on the big guns in our SUV special. To kick off proceedings, we drove the new Toyota Fortuner on Indian soil to see whether the king of the Indian SUV segment packs in enough to retain the throne. Then there's Hyundai's third-gen Tucson making a comeback and Tata looking to start a new innings with the new Hexa. We got behind the wheel of both to check if they're worth their salt. Of course, at TopGear, horsepower is important, and we just had to get the performers among the beasts – the Jaguar F-Pace and the Porsche Macan. SUVs mean off-roading so, we got off the tarmac to take the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross for some animal watching in the jungles of Maharashtra. And to top it off, we took some history lessons as we ventured towards the northeast of the country in a Jeep Wrangler to meet its ancestor, a Willys MB. But that's not all, apart from all the exciting SUVs, we also got behind the wheel of the Audi R8 Spyder, the new Honda Accord Hybrid, the Kwid AMT and the Mercedes C-Cabriolet, and pit the new Hyundai Elantra against Skoda's Octavia. On two wheels, we got astride the Triumph T100, and went on an epic road trip with a Ducati, a Triumph and a Harley. There's also a sneak peek at some of the hottest two wheels upcoming in our market, a visit to Maruti's facility in Manesar and all the regular news from the world of motorsports. Enjoy.
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