This is a bumper 60-page issue that has a variety of news, analysis and features and covers the fortnight gone by comprehensively.
The highlight of the issue is Mahindra & Mahindra’s global reveal of its Born Electric range of cars. It also includes news developments, corporate strategy, and sales analysis.
Mahindra & Mahindra’s Born Electric range revealed
The commercial launch of the electric SUVs will take place from 2024 in a phased manner. Here are the first details that includes the INGLO platform will be used in all models. Read our six page coverage that includes an interview with Pratap Bose, M&M’s chief design officer.
While on the subject of Electric, Mercedes Benz India launched its all-new 2022 AMG EQS 53 electric sedan, the first of three that will be available in India in this calendar. We have a report.
Interview: Anupama Raman
We interview the head of Continental’s Software Academy that is working to make this automotive giant future-ready. She also dwells on the role of women in software.
As rural India buys more 2-wheelers and used cars, we look at the company’s strategy as told by its VC and MD, Ramesh Iyer. Here’s a detailed article that gives you the boardroom view at Mahindra Finance.
TVS Automobile Solutions
India’s aftermarket is changing thanks to digitalisation, and at the forefront of that transformation, we speak to G Srinivasa Raghavan about his company’s myTVS platform. Read all out the change that will come in the automotive aftermarket.
Tyre manufacturers baulk at new regulations, reveals RTI.
US muscle carmaker Dodge plans to drop ICE-powered Challenger and Charger muscle cars from its line-up by 2023. They will be replaced with electric, performance-oriented models.
Ladakh’s EV policy
How this union territory that gets tens of thousands of visitors is giving tourism the green touch.
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