Electric is pretty much a core point of most development in the auto sector. The May 1 issue of Autocar Professional strives to bring you developments taking place as the sector emerges from two years of the Covid.
Here are some of the highlights of the issue:
Yamaha’s aggressive future plans
Eishin Chihana, Chairman of Yamaha Motor India group says electric scooters are an important part of the company’s blueprint for India but the key is to study local conditions carefully.
Charged up for future
-ZipCharge claims that its innovative offering, Go, will be the world’s first portable charger for electric vehicles. With the aim to cater to a decentralised energy future, the startup plans key footprints globally and in an exclusive interview to Autocar Professional, Jonathan Carrier, Co-founder, ZipCharge details the company’s plans and the key role that India may play.
-Ather Energy is focussing on its key priority – cutting down the cost structure for e-scooters and it wants to leverage its engineering capability and rethink all platforms to offer the same experience at a lower price point.
A greener ecosystem
Epsilon Carbon, TMC ink pact for green cathodes, plans to set up the world’s first nodule processing plant at an investment of Rs 1200 crore. TMC, an explorer of lower-impact battery metals from seafloor polymetallic nodules aims to reduce emissions through an unconventional method of mining rare metals used in Lithium-ion batteries.
MapmyIndia has made key investments in startups to enhance its software business solutions and tap the two-wheeler, four-wheeler and logistics market. The company details of the dynamics at work with regard to its alliances with PupilMesh and Gtropy.
A Bengaluru based designer is taking inspiration from patterns used in autorickshaws. Keen to know how it impacts his furniture business? Download your copy of Autocar Professional for more details.
Two-wheeler EV Forum
Autocar Professional organised a two-day webinar touching upon the various aspects of electrification trend in electric vehicles. In case you missed it, we have got you a 12-page comprehensive coverage on the various topics discussed during the webinar. Download your copy now.
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