Autocar Professional’s December 1, 2022, issue is out

Our highlight is a top-level executive interview with Carlos Tavares, Chief Executive Officer of Stellantis.

By Chandan B Mallik calendar 05 Dec 2022 Views icon8068 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

This 48-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
Our highlight is a top-level executive interview with Carlos Tavares, Chief Executive Officer of Stellantis.

Tavares visited India recently and feels that the country’s low cost production advantage can be leveraged in making affordable EVs for global markets.

Roland Bouchara, Managing Director of Stellantis India hints at the second wave of investments in India soon.

Spotlight
Big investments planned by Nissan-Renault for India operations in latest business plan.

Special Feature
How blockchain applications are gaining momentum in automotive ecosystem.

EV Forum
Debates on why is affordability still an issue with electric cars in India?

Tech news
Connected Vehicle to Everything (C-V2X) tech can reduce cyclist fatalities.

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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