Autocar Professional’s February 1, 2024, issue is out! 

This 64-page edition is yet another exhaustive collection of news developments, analysis, feature stories and exclusives.

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Autocar Professional’s February 1, 2024, issue is out! 

The highlight of the issue discusses the challenges and developments in the automotive industry, particularly focusing on the race to net zero and the debate around the adoption of hybrid vehicles. The text mentions the hurdles faced by electric vehicles (EVs), such as inadequate infrastructure, high acquisition costs, and fast-changing battery technologies, leading to a consideration of hybrid vehicles as a bridge to a net-zero future.


How Hyundai Motor and Tata Motors plan to build and protect their turf in SUVs and EVs respectively.

Plans of Classic Legends for motorcycle brands Jawa and BSA.


We track latest developments and technological evolution in the automotive industry, including coverage of investor summits, the Automotive Research Association of India’s symposium, and updates on companies like Hyundai Motor, Tata Motors, Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj Auto, and Classic Legends from Mahindra & Mahindra.

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