Have you downloaded the latest issue of AUTO TODAY magazine yet?


In case you missed it, head to the link below to download a copy of the latest issue of Auto Today magazine –

http://www.autotodayindia.com/emag

The latest issue of Auto Today is headlined by the arrival of a new electric vehicle manufacturer – VinFast. The company from Vietnam is part of the country’s biggest private conglomerate and has announced a manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu. We give you an insight into the brand, its history, the cars it makes and where it sells them, and more. The Top Story covers a brand-new Skoda SUV that’s going to arrive in 2025, smaller than the Kushaq entering the competitive sub-4m compact SUV segment. Low running costs meet automatic convenience as we get behind the wheel of India’s first CNG + auto variant – Tata Tiago iCNG AMT. We’ve also driven the newly launched Citroen C3 Aircross Automatic to determine whether the addition of an AT variant makes it a better buy. Plus, there’s the review of the Mercedes-Benz GLA facelift, the brand’s most affordable SUV that has just been given a midlife update.

There’s a new EV maker planning to start production in India, and we tell you all about its past, present as well as its future plans.

The latest issue of Auto Today features all the best cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles from the 2024 Bharat Mobility Global Expo including all the exciting upcoming Tata cars, and we also give you a behind-the-scenes look at the homegrown brand’s crash test facility that helps it develop five-star rated vehicles. It has been our constant endeavour to help make Indian roads safer and the #BeTheBetterGuy road safety campaign in partnership with Hyundai focuses on just that with simple steps that go a long way in helping us make Indian roads safer for everyone. The magazine features a trip to Dubai to experience what makes it an auto enthusiast paradise complete with a track day, and a café like no other.

Based on the new 390 Duke, the Svartpilen 401 takes the Swedish minimal café racer form, slaps dirt tyres on and somehow still works, and well. We swing a leg over and try to figure out how.

The First Ride section features reviews of the Hero Mavrick 440, the Indian brand’s version of the motorcycle platform that gave birth to the Harley-Davidson X440. And there’s a review of the new Husqvarna Svartpilen 401, a motorcycle that’s a scrambler and café racer all rolled into one. As always, there are updates on our long-term fleet, which includes the Hyundai Verna, Hyundai Exter, Maruti Suzuki Jimny, MG Comet and the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Plus, there are updates on all the latest happenings from the domestic and international automotive world. Enjoy the latest issue of Auto Today magazine and remember to #BeTheBetterGuy and always buckle up in a car no matter where you’re seated, and strap a helmet on if you’re riding a two-wheeler.

Published By:

Dhruv Saxena

Published On:

Mar 13, 2024



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