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2020 is all about innovation, information and constant change that the auto industry is going through globally. The mid-month issue brings you the change-makers, game-changers and industry disruptors. The lines have started blurring at the CES 2020 as the spotlight stayed firmly on automobiles at the popular global tech platform in Las Vegas. Fast, futuristic and fashionable is what the car industry is focusing upon. Exhibitors from Mercedes’ innovative AVTR to Sony’s Vision S concept go big on connected sustainable mobility with a palpably exciting array of offers for the future. From Hyundai, Honda, Nissan to Bosch, ZF to Nawa, the who’s who of the automotive world and auto component manufacturers showcased their tech prowess. We also have an exclusive interview with Henrik Fisker, CEO of Fisker Inc, who unveiled his luxury electric SUV ‘Ocean’ at Las Vegas this year. Not just established OEMs but component makers too are concentrating on being future-ready. PPAP Automotive shares its secret of riding the slowdown and is now actively implementing industry 4.0 measures at its plants across India. The spotlight is on the C-BEEV or the Centre For Battery Engineering and EVs. Housed in IIT Chennai, it is working with key industry stakeholders like Mahindra, Tata Motors, Exide, Exicom, Amara Raja and many others to ring in a sustainable future for vehicles in India. But for now the auto industry has to contend with tepid sales and wait for despatches to pick up. The latest numbers released by SIAM indicate that low sales continue to plague manufacturers across segments. All eyes on the next quarter when the new BS VI emission norms kick in.

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