We also drive the facelifted Creta, and pick the winners of our 2024 Car and Bike of the Year awards.
The February 2024 issue of the Autocar India magazine is headlined by our review of Tata’s latest electric offering, the Punch EV. We also have a blast with a stunning purple Aston Martin DB12. Take a deep dive with us into Maruti’s upcoming hybrid plans. In the bike pages, we’ve got reviews of the new Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 and the Ducati Diavel. This and more in this month’s issue of Autocar India.
Tata Punch EV review
Built using Tata Motors’ new Acti.ev architecture, this is possibly Tata’s most important EV yet and we experience just how this tough and compact SUV finally lives up to its name.
Autocar Awards 2024
2023 was a year of mega launches, but which ones were the best and deserved your close attention? Our annual awards shine the light on the most interesting cars and bikes that arrived this past year.
Driving the Audi RS e-tron GT on the Atal Setu
Maruti’s mega hybrid plan
While manufacturers are rushing EVs into the market, Maruti seems to be betting big on hybrids. And we’ve got news that the carmaker is working on an affordable hybrid tech that could deliver efficiency in excess of 40kpl!
Hyundai Creta facelift review
The undisputed segment king gets a comprehensive update inside and out, along with updates to its technology. But is that enough to help the new Creta retain that crown?
Aston Martin DB12 review
Aston Martin says the new DB12 is no Grand Tourer, but is the world’s first Super Tourer. Naturally, we had to find out if that’s indeed the case.
Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 review
It might share its mechanicals with the Super Meteor 650, but it’s got a whole different vibe.
Ducati Diavel review
This is the latest Ducati to move to V4 power, and despite being a hoot to ride, it’s shockingly usable in the city too.
Dakar Report 2024
From Carlos Sainz’s victory at the age of 61 to Harith Noah and Hero Motosports making history for India, the 2024 edition of the Dakar rally was memorable, to say the least.