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As the industry deals with Coronavirus and prolonged shutdowns globally, this March 15 issue details how businesses are becoming future-ready. Going local Brose plans to step up its ‘local-for-local’ approach to build its India business significantly, is set to launch three new products with three OEMs over the next 15 months. Lightweighting Lanxess is working on new strategies to further grow its India, and a sharpened growing focus on lightweighting, driven by EVs. India an alternative? With the Coronavirus outbreak,given China’s dominance in global supply chains, the impact is felt worldwide. Can India step in an alternative production base? Compact models Will the 2020 Vitara Brezza, with a BS VI petrol engine, deliver what its manufacturer hopes it would? Hyundai too is pinning a lot on a new model, the Aura compact sedan. Women’s Special A comprehensive 20-page special to mark Women’s Day. Winner of the 2019 Nari Shakti Puraskar, ARAI’s RashmiUrdhwareshe speaks about her three-decade-old stint with ARAI before she retires. Anjali Singh, Executive Chairperson, Anand Group and Gabriel India, details out the Group’s journey. Sulajja Firodia Motwani, founder, CEO of Kinetic Green Energy & Power Solutions, on her plans for scaling up business. As Design Head, M&M, RamkripaAnanthan takes forward the design philosophy of ‘Freedom and Adventure’. Geeta Baskaran, MD, Suba Plastics, a Tier 1 supplier, on collaborative working with OEMs. Julie Furber, VP- Electrified Power, Cummins, shares what's still missing from the EV conversation. Tech Talk Bosch establishes ethical 'red lines' for AIuse and Equipmake is partnering Hieta for developing what it claims is “the world’s most power-dense electric motor.”

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