Autocar Professional’s October 1 issue is out

Our highlight is the latest news on air bags.

By Chandan B Mallik calendar 07 Oct 2022 Views icon3731 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Autocar Professional’s October 1 issue is out

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.

Cover Story

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. 

Focus
Chip/semiconductor crisis

It’s still not over and we look at the reasons for this.

News

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

Spotlight

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.

How you can read this issue
Autocar Professional magazine is also available through all good newsagents and for download from Magzster. You can also buy one-off copies of Autocar Professional magazine – contact Ganesh at ganesh@haymarketsac.com. Alternatively, never miss an issue – subscribe to Autocar Professional magazine today.

 

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