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TURBOCHARGED June 2024:

Our June issue is out! The Ampere Nexus takes centre stage this month – it’s the homegrown EV maker’s take on the premium family scooter segment, and looks quite promising. We’ve also conquered the mighty Umling La, the world’s highest motorable road this month, in the Mahindra Scorpio-N! The Bharat Drive, organised by the Automotive Journalists Association of India had us scale the Himalayas and drive up to Umling La, as we all celebrate India’s infrastructural development together.

We’ve driven and reviewed a bunch of interesting cars this month too, like the Range Rover Velar and Toyota Taisor. On the two-wheeler front we’ve got the all-new Ather Rizta vying for attention, besides the Yamaha-YZF-R3 and River Indie which go under the road test scalpel. We’re also bringing you all the action from Triumph’s first ever North Eastern adventure in Arunachal Pradesh, besides new gear reviews, tech reviews and a lot more. Issue out now.

To know more about our June 2024 Issue, check it out on Amazon and Magzter. 

Fun-Wheel-Drive
The fourth generation Swift carries a massive responsibility on its shoulders, given the legacy left behind by its past generations

Bharat Drive
The Automotive Journalists Association of India has kickstarted its proceedings with a pan-India drive to celebrate the nation’s infrastructural progress. We drove the Mahindra Scorpio-N to the world’s highest motorable road, Umling La

SpeedShifting
Lots of interesting new metal this month, starting with Ferrari’s new flagship, the 12 Cilindri. Formula1 to go even greener with new cars, starting from 2026. Lamborghini has unveiled its all-new, twin-turbo V8 hybrid that will power the Huracan replacement. Land Rover has commenced production of the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport in India as well, resulting in a significant price drop for these super luxury SUVs.

Car Reviews
Headlining our car reviews this month is the updated Range Rover Velar that takes a page out of its elder siblings’ books to offer a greater sense of occasion, whether you’re driving it or a passenger. Then there’s the Tata Punch EV and Tiago iCNG AMT both of which go under the road test scalpel, besides the manual version of the Volkswagen Virtus GT, a Team TURBOCHARGED favourite!

Take Two
We take a close look this month at the Ampere Nexus, the homegrown electric scooter manufacturer’s latest offering which aims to create buzz in the family scooter segment. We’re also telling you about BMW’s audacious new motorcycle concept, the R20, Ducati’s concept at the Bike Shed and all the latest two-wheeler launches in the country this month, many of which we will be reviewing in the coming months!

Bike Reviews
Jumping into the thick of things is Yamaha’s YZF-R3 – we’d only ridden it on track last year when it was launched and finally, we’ve got some quality seat time on it around some of our favourite riding roads as well. We’ve also reviewed the Ather Rizta and River Indie this month, the latter getting the TURBOCHARGED road test treatment following our brief experience with the electric scooter last year. We’ve also got our guest writer Arjun Parmar pen down a feature on Triumph’s first ever ride adventure in the North East, a ride he led and came back to tell us stories from.

Turbo Life
We’ve got a bunch of Hyundai cars vying for attention in our long term test car fleet this month, besides the Jeep Compass. We’ve also tested some new gear, including new KYT helmets new gloves from Rynox and a hydration pack from Raida. More importantly, the Turbo Life section is teeming with new top of the line laptops and smartphones.

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