July 2016 issue of OVERDRIVE now on stands!
The July 2016 issue of OVERDRIVE is out on stands now and here is a roundup of what to expect when you turn the first glossy page. Setting things into motion is our sub-4m sedan mega free-for-all, featuring Volkswagen's debut in the segment, the Ameo. The competition consists of the Hyundai Xcent, Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, Tata Zest, Honda Amaze and the brilliant Ford Figo Aspire. Will the Ameo be able to stand up to the opposition, or will it fold under the brunt of the segment? Rohit finds out in this comprehensive comparison.
England and Germany are at it again, and this time they've taken to souped-up SUVs. In this bout, the Range Rover Sport SVR takes on the mighty BMW X5 M, and Rahul Richard finds out which mega SUV offers the most bang for buck.
For those who need their fill of two-wheeled action, we've got you covered! This month, Shumi travelled to Thailand to test Ducati's latest middle-weight beast, the 959 Panigale. And yes, the location happened to be pretty special - Chang International Circuit to be precise. So expect to see this beauty of a bike taken to its limits this issue.
Keeping the theme of fast machines, Rishaad drives the latest and perhaps the last naturally aspirated Audi R8 in the V10 Plus spec. With a shrieking 5.2-litre V10 mounted behind the driver and permanent four-wheel drive, expect a blisteringly quick machine with a sweet soundtrack in the background.
Now that we've burned through a good amount of petrol with the previous two stories, Lijo tries to right them by testing the Mahindra eVerito, India's first all-electric sedan. Will the eVerito stack up against its petrol-powered rivals, or will it establish an entirely new segment? He has the answers for you.
It's Triumph mania this issue as Ashok takes to the streets on the T120 Bonneville, a 1200cc behemoth of a retro, while Lijo takes the updated Street Twin for a spin. Both retro-themed bikes are brilliant to look at, but how do well do they ply the steets of Mumbai? Find out this issue.
The updated Nissan GT-R travels to Belgium and hits the legendary Circuit de Spa Francorchamps with Bob behind the wheel. With new interiors and a tweaked engine producing a good number of extra horses amongst other things, does the everyday supercar make even more sense in this day and age?
Accompanying all of the above is our comprehensive motorsport section featuring plenty of in-depth coverage and analysis by Vaishali, as well as the latest news in the automotive industry. So hurry up and grab the latest issue of OVERDRIVE from the stands!
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