The August 1 2022 issue is a 56-pager with a mix of news, interviews and analysis.
This 56-page issue gives you a round-up of key news developments, features and interviews, and a lot more.
Vice chairman and MD, Apollo Tyres, Neeraj Kanwar tells us about his plan to touch revenues of USD 5 billion by 2026, and his collaboration with Amazon Web Services as part of the larger digitalisation of his business.
Qualcomm Technologies’ SVP and GM, automotive, Nakul Duggal on the changing vehicle architectures, and the potential of his company’s Snapdragon digital chassis.
Why Maruti stopped making diesel: It did not want to stop making diesels. However, its plan to replace the Fiat diesels it used with its in-house diesel did not work as per plan. Read our in-depth analysis.
Yamaha’s India head Eishin Chihana outlines his plans to convert all Yamaha dealerships into Blue Square outlets by 2025. He also dwells on his company’s premium portfolio, connectivity and sustainability.
Simple Energy is working to a plan that includes an electric scooter and motorcycle. We speak to the founders to understand their ambitions.
Piaggio readies base for flex-fuel engines by 2025
EV sales: We do a comprehensive 4 page analysis of India’s emerging EV markets with the latest data
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