The June 1 issue of Autocar Professional has interviews of global OEMs, key industry developments over the last fortnight and a comprehensive sales analysis of the Indian auto segment.
The June 1 issue of Autocar Professional is a 56-page issue is a mix of deep insights, analysis and news developments.
Stellantis’ game plan
We get you a lowdown on why Carlos Tavares is betting big on India. The CEO of Stellantis makes it clear that the company is here to stay and has a clearly defined blueprint for India operations
ZF Aftermarket recently inaugurated its integrated sales and service outlet in Bengaluru in partnership with a local player. We speak to Philippe Colpron, Head of ZF Aftermarket, and Executive VP, ZF Friedrichshafen AG on the company’s vision for India and how it is going about increasing its footprint.
Focus on Tata
From the time it played knight in shining armour for the Nano project over a decade ago, Tata does an encore with the Ford facility sale.
Given the increasing need to address climate change, Martin Uhlarik, Head of Global Design, Tata Motors says they are looking at “design through the lens of sustainability.” He believes “India from an innovation point of view can sometimes leapfrog the rest of the world.”
In keeping with the sustainability mantra, the long-range version of Tata Motors's popular electric model, Nexon EV Max, has a host of innovative features. Read our comprehensive feature check.
Excon 2021: An on-the-spot report
Excon 2021 was held 6 months after it was originally scheduled in May 2002 but there was no dearth of excitement and action-
-Spread over 300,000 square meters of display area, the event saw over 800 exhibitors from India and abroad take part. The event clocked over Rs 1,200 crore worth of business enquiries and over 45,000 visitors attended.
- Ashok Leyland unveiled its H series CNG engine. It comes with many features like ECU-controlled gas leak detection, improved cold start capability and enhanced lower-end torque.
-Dimitrov Krishnan, who heads Volvo CE in India says the increase in net machine utilisation is a positive sign for India’s construction equipment sector.
- JCB India is bullish on India’s infrastructure projects even as it aims to make its Vadodara plant an export hub.
- Mahindra's RoadMaster range has cornered 20 percent of the market, and with the RoadMaster G75, the company hopes to enhance its share of business.
-CASE, a part of CNH Industrial, Case Construction Equipment is looking at strengthening its India base and boost exports
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