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The January 15 issue of Autocar Professional is laden with details about how companies are reworking their India strategy and new businesses developing models that promise sustainable profitability. Skoda Auto Volkswagen India plans a model offensive in India. Skoda Auto leads from the front with the Vision IN concept now named Kushaq. This midsize SUV will be followed by the VW Taigun. Brand Director, Zac Hollis highlights the importance of improving the customer perception. After Mahindra & Mahindra and Ford shelved their planned joint venture, find what’s the next step for both automakers? PSA and FCA’s merged entity – Stellantis – will become the fourth largest automaker in the world. What’s their plan for India. Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI), which is focussing on high efficiency and cost-effectiveness to tide over the current crisis, recently announced a Voluntary Retirement Scheme. However, it’s not all gloom and doom, India comes across as a key volume driver for South Korean automaker Kia Motors. Tata Motors had latched on to the safety mantra to drive its passenger vehicle volumes, given the recent good run on the GNCAP rating chart. Mobility experiments New forms of mobility are gaining traction in a post-Covid world – Folks Motor has revealed a hybrid-electric retrofit solution for cars in India. Hero Cycles is keen on creating a niche for electric bicycles as a delivery option in the ride to sustainability. Israel’s Vayyar Imaging looks to become the enabler of safer mobility globally. This 48-page issue is crisp, concise and curated with news, views and trends that can help keep you a step ahead. Ensure you download your copy today.

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