It’s the issue of the unusual. Something that has never happened in the history of Indian motoring has happened now. Welcome the first performance station wagon – the Audi RS6. To the uninitiated, it’s a practical car that you can use to move house. But once you fire it up, it’s nothing but a supercar. The spec sheet, too, is as interesting as a supercar’s, and it can hit 100kph in a mere 3.9 seconds and onwards to a whopping 305kph! Talking of practical cars, there’s one that the common man can afford. It’s the new generation Honda Jazz. It’s still as practical and spacious as it was, but this one comes with the goodness of good looks and a lot of features. The Audi Q7 was always known for its bulk and road presence. There’s an all-new version around the corner, and we’ve driven it in the serene Swiss Alps. Though it has lost flab, it impresses with the way it drives. And guess what. We’ve taken two Triumph Tigers all the way to Spiti Valley in the Himalayas to test its claim of being the best off-roader in the business. In other news, we have all the dope on the new BMW 7 Series, Renault Kwid and the RC213V-S: the road-legal version of Honda’s MotoGP bike. Download the latest issue now!
BBC TopGear Magazine India is the country's most exciting automobile magazine, bringing you up-to-date news, drives and rides with the latest launches in the market, stunning features, witty and humorous content along with a complete buyer's guide covering the cars and bikes available in the Indian market. Taking inspiration from the BBC TopGear show, it is just as engaging a read. Being the largest automotive media brand in the world, BBC TopGear Magazine is present in over 40 countries and has over 350 million viewers worldwide. The Indian edition was launched in September 2005 and has since been the fastest growing motoring magazine which has re-invented the way automotive journalism works in the country.