Autocar Professional’s February 15, 2023, issue is out!

Keep up with the latest automotive industry developments with this 64-page magazine that includes news, features, interviews, and technology articles.

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This 64-pager is power packed with news, features, interviews and technology articles that will keep you up to date on developments in the Indian and global automotive sector.

Cover Story
The highlight of the issue is about financing problems the EV industry is facing.

All the information about companies that made headlines for various reasons.

Jim Rowan, the global CEO of Volvo Cars shares his vision for a new smaller SUV and the organisational changes that are taking place.

Budget 2023
The industry in general reacts to the Finance Minister's proposals.

Special feature
Role of simulation and software is now even more important with the roll out of 5G.


How you can read this issue
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Piaggio Vehicles appoints Ajay Raghuvanshi as Executive Vice President of 2W Domestic Business (ICE)

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MoHI sanctions Rs 800 crore to OMCs to set up 7,432 fast charging stations

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