This issue also has a luxury EV comparison and a first ride of the new Royal Enfield Himalayan.
The December 2023 issue of Autocar India is headlined by an exclusive first drive of the recently launched Lotus Eletre, which is followed by exclusives of two McLarens – Artura and 750S. We also bring you comprehensive details of the new Renault Duster and a report on EICMA 2023. This and more in this month’s issue of the magazine.
Lotus Eletre review
This 950hp all-electric performance SUV is not your everyday Lotus. We explore more in our latest issue.
Breaking records at the BIC in a 911 GT3 RS
Back in 2018, we’d set the fastest lap around the BIC with the Porsche 911 GT2 RS. Now, we’ve broken it in the 992-gen 911 GT3 RS! PS: There’s an electric surprise in there as well.
Renault Duster details revealed
The Renault Duster will make its India comeback in 2025 in a crowded midsize SUV segment. We tell you everything you need to know about it.
McLaren Artura review
The all-new Artura is like the quiet kid in the back of the class that, when called upon, can deliver the goods with devastating effect. Find out more about it in our issue.
McLaren 750S review
On paper, the 750S might seem like an incremental update over the 720S, but our drive reveals there’s a lot more than meets the eye.
Luxury EV comparison
We compare the new Mercedes-Benz EQE with the BMW iX, Audi Q8 e-tron and the Jaguar I-Pace to find out what the electric future has in store.
Bentley Bentayga EWB review
When the ‘short’ wheelbase Bentley Bentayga isn’t enough, you can opt for an extended one. Has more room, is more opulent and more techy.
Royal Enfield Himalayan review
New engine, new chassis, more power and better off-roading chops. Royal Enfield has updated the Himalayan and it’s safe to say it’s much better.
The world’s biggest motorcycle show returned to Milan this year, and Indian manufacturers – Royal Enfield, Hero and Ultraviolette – were shining bright.
Kush Maini interview
Fresh off his rookie F2 season, Kush Maini has a lot going for him – he is being backed by both Mahindra and Alpine, and hopes to make it to F1 someday.