Autocar Professional’s July 1 issue is out!

The 48-page July 1 issue of Autocar Professional is a journey through strategy, R&D and trends watch on how Auto Inc is revving up its revival story despite the many challenges.

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Autocar Professional’s July 1 issue is out!

The July 1 issue of Autocar Professional bets on how new technologies are playing a role in defining the next big trend across the automotive world. This 48-page issue takes you on a drive to the most striking developments, interesting insights and in-depth perspectives on the action across the automotive world.

Visteon’s tech vista

President & CEO, Sachin Lawande gets candid on the company’s India plans, the chip shortage and the top trends defining the car cabin. Lawande believes that the chip crisis may be nearer to a resolution by mid-2023.

Semiconductor shortage
The semiconductor supply situation continues to be a challenge for the auto industry. Phil Amsrud of S&P Global Mobility says that while the situation has definitely improved, it does not imply things are back to normal. He added that chip packaging is a key aspect to look into.

Tech boost

Elektrobit, a subsidiary of Continental AG which is into embedded software and connected technologies sees India as a critical element of value chain. CEO Maria Anhalt, on India’s increasingly global role in her company’s strategy with plans to expand its R&D centre.

Switch Mobility Chairman Dheeraj Hinduja says that the company is working on multiple products for the markets in UK, Europe and India. CEO Mahesh Babu adds that they have credible and long-term partners supplying to them in India.

Rajendra Petkar, President and CTO of Tata Motors highlights on how his company’s GNCAP rating is a testament to its commitment to offer products with the highest global safety standards.

Volkswagen Group’s MQB platform completes a decade. Read more on how it has made the transition to electric where the next generation will use the mechatronics scalable systems platform as the Group’s technology matrix.

Special Feature

From caravans to ambulances and LCVs and armoured offerings, JCBL is firing on all cylinders to drive growth and increase market share. We take you on a ride as it charts its revival story.

Team Altigreen on a non-stop ride traversing close to 150kms in the company’s electric offering. A detailed feature on how the EV maker is betting on localisation to drive volumes.

How you can read this issue
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