Autocar Professional’s April 1, 2023, issue is out!
Keep up to date on developments in the Indian and global automotive industries with Autocar Professional's April 1, 2023 issue.
This 64-pager is power packed with news, features, interviews that will keep you up to date on developments in the Indian and global automotive sector.
Fuel of the future: India explores the possibility of using hydrogen based automotive/commercial vehicle applications to reduce costly energy bills and help fulfil the country's ambitious zero carbon emissions pledge.
With sustainability taking center stage in many boardroom discussions- recycling or after-life processing or treatment is also emerging as a significant business opportunity. We bring you stories on the two homegrown car makers Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra's endeavour in the vehicle recycling space.
Mercedes Benz, Audi and Skoda have big plans for the Indian market
TechnologyBMW Group's Fuel Cell X5 H2 produced on pilot basis with help from Toyota.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India’s EV and mass market entry strategy.
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M&M revises capex by 20% to boost capacity and expand product lines
The incremental investment will go into capacity enhancement, product portfolio development, and meeting new regulations...
Harley-Davidson to launch X 440 in India on July 3
The X 440, upon its release, will be the most affordable Harley available for sale in India.
Mahindra & Mahindra's orderbook swells to 2.9 lakh, capacity to be ramped upto 49,000 units a month
The company is currently focusing on pending deliveries and no new launches are planned for CY2023.