Campaign India Team
Sep 09, 2009

Autocar India has completed ten years

Autocar India has completed ten years in India. The tenth anniversary 450+ pages issue is now on the stands.The main highlights of the September issue include an exclusive interview with Ratan Tata and his plans to upgrade the Nano, road test of the WDG4 (Indian Railways’ 4000bhp diesel locomotive), test of the Toyota Fortuner, Mercedes E-class and the Chevrolet Cruze, exclusive story of Premier’s comeback vehicle, mini-SUV from China and a DVD of car videos.

Autocar India has completed ten years
Autocar India has completed ten years in India. The tenth anniversary 450+ pages issue is now on the stands.

The main highlights of the September issue include an exclusive interview with Ratan Tata and his plans to upgrade the Nano, road test of the WDG4 (Indian Railways’ 4000bhp diesel locomotive), test of the Toyota Fortuner, Mercedes E-class and the Chevrolet Cruze, exclusive story of Premier’s comeback vehicle, mini-SUV from China and a DVD of car videos.

Hormazd Sorabjee, editor, Autocar India said, “We have stuck to our core values. We are the only magazine to carry proper tips on important cars like Chevrolet Cruze and New Ford Endeavour. In this issue, we have a very unique interview with Mr Ratan Tata; something which no one has access to. We always do mad things. We have Narain Karthikeyan picking India's best driver’s cars exclusively for us. We always have cutting edge content and we provide stuff to the readers which they can’t get anywhere else.”

Autocar India is part of the Haymarket group which also publishes Campaign India. Haymarket is Britain’s largest privately-owned and one of the world’s largest media companies.

 

Source:
Campaign India

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