Our highlight is the latest news on air bags.
This 56-pager is packed with news, features, interviews and technology articles that will keep you up to date on developments in the Indian and global auto sector.
The auto industry was finding the government’s deadline difficult to meet due to time constraints in implementations besides other issues. We go behind the scenes to understand more.
It’s still not over and we look at the reasons for this.
Government is looking at the tax structure for cars including hybrids
Logistics policy unveiled by PM Narendra Modi
Mahindra’s Roxor court case back in news
EV battery fires and possible solutions
Ferrari's first SUV gets a state-of-the-art active suspension
Gen VII Ford Mustang goes all digital.
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