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The latest issue packs all of the news and events of a truly exciting fortnight for the Indian and global automotive industry. Plus exclusive interviews and analysis. The first fortnight of March was packed with automotive action, what with Tata Motors wowing Geneva with its snazzy Racemo sports coupe, Suzuki revealing the next-gen Swift hatchback, PSA Group acquiring Vauxhall and Opel, and the big announcement of the Tata Motors-Volkswagen Group collaboration. There’s also Hormazd Sorabjee’s interview with Carlos Ghosn, chairman of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, where he outlines his plans to revive Mitsubishi in India, among other issues. In an exclusive interview to Autocar Professional, Baba N Kalyani, chairman and MD of Bharat Forge, reveals how the world’s largest forging company is preparing to cater to the automotive industry which is increasingly getting digital. We also reveal details of the Mahindra Group’s plans to embark on a new globalisation strategy for its farm equipment division. Low cost of ownership is critical to a mass-market car’s success in India. We find out just how Ford India has managed to drive cost efficiency through its parts, big and small. Italian supplier Magneti Marelli, which designs and produces advanced systems and components for the auto industry, is bullish on the Indian market. It is plotting a new basket of high-tech products. Find out which ones in our special report. ZF, the German and global components major, recently opened its first technical centre in India – in Hyderabad. Find out how the company aims to foster high-end innovation as well as localise more strategic business activities including research, design and development for global market initiatives. In his guest column, Vishnu Mathur, director-general, SIAM, writes on the BS IV imbroglio. And, preview section is all about the third ACMA Automechanika New Delhi which opens in Pragati Maidan on March 21 with over 500 exhibitors from 17 countries participating.

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