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Autocar Professional – November 1-2020 The 64-page ‘R&D and Testing Special’ not only probes the most striking research and development work across India Auto Inc but also brings to light some exclusive interviews, innovations and in-depth analysis. Tier-I supplier Visteon India is leaving no innovation unturned in transforming the cockpit experience and how we view infotainment systems in a car. From new display technologies to engineering innovation, the focus is also on effective cost optimisation. Find out how TVS Srichakra is using R&D to make its business future-ready and get a strong grip of the electrification megatrend. Robert Bosch Engineering & Business Solutions is pushing the engineering R&D envelope. In a bid to capitalise on existing global megatrends, its project X-PACE aims to become a one-stop solution for smart vehicles. Meanwhile, Tata Technologies is now collaborating with GKN Automotive for cleaner and more sustainable mobility solutions. CEO and MD, Warren Harris says their ability to integrate domain knowledge gives them the much-needed edge. US-based MathsWorks is going whole hog in addressing the global megatrends in the eve- evolving automotive market and many leading electric scooter makers like Ather are using the solution to optimise their vehicles. Partnerships the way forward Autocar Professional broke the news about the Hero-Harley partnership. Read all about it in detail. Are car makers also contemplating joint endeavours to make businesses cost effective? We offer a ringside view on how companies are looking to optimise their excess manufacturing capacity. There’s lots of action in the passenger vehicle segment – will Nissan’s Magnite draw buyers like a magnet? Youth power is how Toyota Kirloskar Motor plans to drive its next leg of growth in India. Marketing chief Naveen Soni reveals just how the company is hitting the right chord with millennials. All this but all the exciting news from the past fortnight. Enjoy your read.

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