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

This curated 56-pager issue offers a review of the key events in the automotive industry in the past few days.

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

The shift towards zero emission vehicles is imminent, but the pace of adoption is facing massive headwinds globally. The big question every automaker is grappling with now is how to manage the dual investment for both ICE and EVs.

Cover Story

In this edition, we dive deep into the need for an automaker to either partner with a rival or bring in a financial investor to fund the EV game or even rely on public listing of the company like Ola or Hyundai Motor to ride the green wave that has caught fancy in the global capital markets.

Special report

Foreign companies are banking on India for business and growth. We have voices from the top executives at Lanxess, Dassault and ZF who share with us what their game plan is for India and beyond.


Highlights from ACMA’s EV conclave.


On Volkswagen’s interest in partnering a local player to participate in future EV games and the German car maker is also open to diluting its stake in the local arm, provided there are win-win synergies.

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Sterling Tools wants 40% sales from EV biz by FY25

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This boost is expected from the EV business mix, a part of the company’s strategy to diversify its operations.

Driving EV business with agility and flexibility

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CEOs from the EV startup ecosystem met in Bengaluru and Pune to discuss the challenges and business opportunities.

'E-3wheelers not aspirational, but make money': Amit Singh, head, 3W division, Altigreen Propulsion Labs

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The challenges are more ground-driven in terms of the availability of electricity, and how to make it more economical, a...