The November 2023 issue of Autocar India is headlined by the all-new Maruti Suzuki Swift that was showcased at the Japan Mobility Show (known as the Tokyo Motor Show previously), followed by news of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class LWB that's headed here. There's an exclusive drive of the new Lamborghini Revuelto and a first ride of the Triumph Scrambler 400 X. This and more in this issue of the magazine.
All-new Maruti Suzuki Swift
The new fourth-gen model gets a new Z-Series petrol engine and new features on the inside. On the outside though, it continues to get the same cute looks.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class LWB
The sixth-gen Mercedes-Benz E-Class long wheelbase (LWB) is the closest the sedan has ever been to the S-Class, with exterior and interior styling and features similar to its larger sibling.
Japan Mobility Show
A low-down of everything interesting at the Japan Mobility Show – from Toyota's IMV 0 concept (that could spawn a more affordable Fortuner) to the mind-boggling Nissan Hyper Force concept.
Lamborghini Revuelto review
We've exclusively driven Lamborghini's latest – a V12-engined hybrid supercar. Is there anything in this world more electrifying than a raging bull recharged (no pun intended)?
Tata Harrier, Safari facelift reviews
Elevate vs rivals comparison
The Honda Elevate is the latest entrant in the midsize SUV segment, and it's only obvious that we pit it against its rivals. But which comes out on top?
Triumph Scrambler 400 X review
It's safe to say that the Scrambler 400 X is a Speed 400 on stilts. But, as we find out in our first ride, it's also much more than that.
Hero Karizma XMR vs Yamaha R15 V4 comparison
Max Verstappen wins 2023 F1 title
Post his third championship win, Verstappen says his aim is to win as many races as he can rather than build a legacy.