India Today Magazine Issue – dated April 11, 2022


Battery catches fire, a risk for EV owners

A major concern for EV owners is the risk of the battery catching fire. With recent reports of some electric scooters burning out, this issue is now front and center.

Deals in 2022 from powerful players

A look at some of the 2022 offerings from the biggest teams – BMW, Audi, Mercedes Benz and more

Thrills: Skoda’s new Slavia

Skoda’s new Slavia gives you plenty of reasons to consider a hatchback over an SUV while adding a generous dose of fun

Smooth operator: What’s new on the new Baleno

Maruti Suzuki has launched the next generation of the Baleno. So what’s new in the carousel?

Manufacture of Indian Car of the Year Mahindra XUV700

The prestigious ICOTY prize is reserved for the best automobile creation of the year. We dive into everything that makes Mahindra’s latest SUV, the XUV700, a game changer

Impact characteristic: a question of safety with the Renault Kiger SUV

With a 4-star safety rating from Global NCAP, the Made in India, Made for India Renault Kiger SUV proves that it is as safe as it is amazing.

First ride: Kia Carens

Kia is set to launch what it calls its recreational vehicle, the Carens, in India

First ride on the C400 GT maxi-scooter

The C400 GT makes its way to India as the country’s first true maxi-scooter, bringing with it the luxury appeal of BMW

Summer Care Guide: Beat the Summer Blues

As the mercury rises, follow these tips to keep your car in top shape

Hero Motocorp: Stepping into the future of mobility

The Vida platform takes on the brand’s new identity for its emerging mobility solutions which will include electric vehicles.

Auto Boss Bytes: What Happens Next?

SUVs are currently in vogue, but will this trend continue in the face of the growing adoption of electric vehicles around the world?

Straight Talk with Skoda Auto India Director Zac Hollis

Skoda Auto India Director Zac Hollis on the company’s stance on sedans, SUVs, EVs and more

The power of one: The Great India Drive on Hyundai Alcazar

The Great India Drive with the Hyundai Alcazar took us on a mega road trip

News envelope: the latest news from the automotive industry

Airbags are essential in all Indian cars; Mahindra XUV 700 wins ICOTY 2022; and more

From the Archives: A Small Car Conquers a Big Hill

Shortly after the launch of the Tata Nano, Team Auto Today was the first to take it to Khardung la. Here is a snapshot of the player

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