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    The 24th anniversary issue of Autocar India is out now and is headlined by our exclusive scoop into Lotus’ India launch plans. We have first drives of the Citroen C3 Aircross and the Toyota Land Cruiser 300, and our special features include driving an EV from the east to the west coast of India and Autocar’s Off-road Day 2023. Moving to the bike section, we have a first ride of the Hero Karizma XMR.

    Lotus in India

    Renowned British marque Lotus is all set to bring in its Emira sportscar and Eletre EV SUV to India. Read more in the anniversary issue of Autocar India.

    Mahindra Thar EV first look

    We take a close look at the Thar.e concept and understand how it falls into the scheme of things for Mahindra as it aims to emerge as a global EV player.

    Tata Nexon facelift review

    Tata’s bestseller Nexon has received another facelift, although one could confuse it for a new generation due to the changes inside and out. But can it still hold its class-leading position?

    Citroen C3 Aircross

    The Citroen C3 Aircross has got French flair, a brilliant ride quality and a few quirks that make it stand apart from the crowd. However, is that enough to take on the segment?

    Toyota Land Cruiser 300 review

    Land Cruisers are known to have bucketloads of personality, are luxurious and have the reputation of being reliable. The LC300 takes the game forward.

    East coast to west coast of India in an EV

    Driving 476km in a day is no daunting task. So we attempted it in the Audi Q8 e-tron Sportback, with a few caveats: the aforementioned distance has to be done on a single charge, and in a single day.

    Skodas to India's highest passes

    We took the Skoda Slavia and Kodiaq to three highest motorable passes in India – Umling La, Chang La and Khardung La. Can they survive at altitudes they weren't even tested in?

    Off-road day 2023

    We've taken family crossovers off-road this season on popular demand. But can they scramble out without battle scars?

    Russian military jeep

    From serving in the second World War to becoming a PUBG star, Russia's military jeep UAZ has been there, done that. We get a chance to take it for a spin.

    Hero Karizma XMR review

    Hero has brought back the Karizma brand after years, but is the XMR a worthy successor?

    BMW R18 Transcontinental review

    The BMW R18 Transcontinental is the German manufacturer's take on luxury cruising on two wheels that's been America's forte for so long.

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