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The cover story is all about the strong leap of faith Tata Motors and Wabco India have taken by introducing Electronic Stability Control (ESC) in the Tata Prima and Signa range of trucks. Hopefully, more OEMs will take to equipping their CVs with this life-saving technology. If Tata is making advances, can Ashok Leyland be behind? The Chennai-based CV major is plotting aggressive moves designed to make it the market leader in electric CVs. New players like Daimler India Commercial Vehicles are in consolidation mode. CEO and MD Erich Nesselhauf shares details on the India growth game-plan, introduction of new 10T and 14T trucks and a new sub-9-tonne platform solely for export models. Mahindra & Mahindra, the company which has been at the forefront of electric mobility in India, is now looking to give its SUVs an electric charge. Find out what MD Dr Pawan Goenka is planning. Vehicle electrification is also what Jaguar Land Rover is strategising actively. In a comprehensive interview, Group Sales Operations director Andy Goss speaks on many issues including the targeting of new markets, growth in India, how Ingenium engines are sharply bringing down CO2 levels, plans for driving autonomous mobility and scaling up of manufacturing capacity. The IAC Group, which is a global supplier of instrument and door panels, console systems, headliners and overhead systems, is bullish on its India operations. Our in-depth, three-page report reveals just why. In a similar upbeat-on- India mood is Japan's MinebeaMitsumi which makes multi-functional miniature ball bearings, motors and resolvers, and more recently a wide range of antennae for application in GPS AM/FM and connectors. Along with the news of the fortnight, there’s a comprehensive analysis of the domestic market sales in September 2017.

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