Top 10 Images Featured On OVERDRIVE In 2016 - Overdrive
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Top 10 images featured on OVERDRIVE in 2016

30 Dec 2016 / 0

In our course of reviewing as well as travelling around the globe, we have captured a host of images of automobiles. While there are many many interesting images, here is a select few that you can enjoy.

Top Photographs of 2016 (54)

That’s the Audi Q5 captured in our Independent Quattro Drive in Ladakh. The terrain was challenging indeed but the picturesque location makes it extremely interesting

 

Top Photographs of 2016 (62)

A moment of great pride as Team OVERDRIVE along with the participants of the IQD drive hoist the Indian flag

 

Top Photographs of 2016 (67)

Our editor-in-chief Bert taking Aditya Chatterjee for a spin and Aditya seems to be enjoying it (Like he had an option)

 

Desert Storm 2016 (1)

The Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara being driven by Aabhishek Mishra at the 2016 Desert Storm

 

Top Photographs of 2016 (69)

The MV Agusta F3 being ridden around the track in the best way possible by Rishaad Mody

 

Top Photographs of 2016 (2)

The Porsche Macan R4 leaving the scene with the sun setting in. All of that drama at the right moment

 

Top Photographs of 2016 (22)

Our long termer Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza captured during the Orange Festival in Dambuk, Arunachal Pradesh

 

Raid De Himalaya 2016 (17)

The S-Cross looking to take the sharp curve at the 2016 Raid de Himalaya

 

Top Photographs of 2016 (41)

Ashok loves to pop wheelies and this image just proves the same

 

Top Photographs of 2016 (45)

That’s the Aprilia RSV4, need we say more?



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