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How can automobile brands stay relevant in a world disrupted by technology? Our cover story has all the answers. There’s been lots of action on the EV front. Tata Motors is set to launch its 300km range Nexon EV while Piaggio has launched its Ape E-City passenger-carrying e-3-wheeler, which uses Sun Mobility's battery swapping tech. And iTEC India’s conclave on ‘E-Mobility Solutions for the Community' proved to be a big draw. We have detailed reports on all. Meanwhile, Hyundai Motor India is not given up on diesel and is betting big for its new compact Aura sedan. Find out just how. Every drop of fuel matters, to the motorist and to oil marketing companies. Find out how India's leading OMCs are taking to machine learning, AI and data science to automate their retail network and fuel transparency, while also stopping malpractices. In a similar move, Tier 1 clutch plate supplier Rico Auto is taking on the fake parts industry with new holographic packaging. We've got two interviews in this issue – Georg Graf, President of the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce and Continental India’s Krishan Kohli – and our guest columnist is Aashish Bhatia, President, Visteon India, who writes lucidly on the next-gen digital cockpit that's connected, conversational and safe. Think disruption and the word start-up comes to mind. We detail the top 15 start-ups of 2019. There's plenty more to read in this 64-page issue that opens a new year that promises to be an exciting one. Team Autocar Professional wishes all readers and the industry a very happy New Year 2020. Let's hope it turns out far better than the forgettable one that 2019 was.

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