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Autocar Professional – January 1, 2021 The big news of the past fortnight was Honda Cars India pulling the plug on its Greater Noida plant. Our cover story reveals the road ahead for the Japanese carmaker. Meanwhile, the Mahindra SsangYong script has gone awry. Whether there will be a knight in shining armour to bail out the Korean carmaker remains to be seen – M&M is believed to be close to signing the deal with one. Meanwhile, GM finally closed its troublesome India chapter by shutting down its Talegaon. But the new resident, Great Wall Motors has no choice but to wait till tensions between India and China cease. Vehicle inspection has for long been based on human expertise or expensive tech. Now a Bangalore-based start-up CamCom is deploying AI at an economical cost to assist automakers, fleet operators and insurance companies to automate the task. Shared e-mobility service provider Yulu looks to take a big leap in 2021. Find out how. There’s a growing industry-academic connect in India. We have an exclusive report on how Team REV Mechanics from VIT, Vellore is set to showcase Indian engineering at a global level. ACMA’s industry performance review for H1 FY2021 reveals supply to OEMs slid by 42% while exports shrank by 33% due to the Covid-induced global slump in demand. But component suppliers have battled 2020 with grit and gumption and remain upbeat about growth. The Indian start-up space is now fast accelerating to develop India-specific solutions for the world, despite the challenging conditions. We cover nine entrepreneurs who have stepped up their game to compete, add and deliver the goods for the automotive industry. The January 1issue also contains plenty of news, both from India and overseas. Rest assured, it makes for a good opening read for the new year.

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