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Autocar Professional’s February 1 issue is an ‘E-mobility Special’ This 80-page February 1 ‘E-mobility Special’ issue is a comprehensive collection of the latest developments, top trends, analysis and industry perspective. · In an exclusive, we visit the Tata Nexon EV plant and bring you the first-ever images of how it is made in the Pune factory. Also an exclusive interview with Shailesh Chandra, President – PVBU, Tata Motors . · Given the encouraging response for its e-scooter, Chetak, Bajaj Auto is now keen to expand. Find out how one of the world’s largest two-wheeler maker is striving to be future-ready in a special conversation with Rakesh Sharma, Executive Director, Bajaj Auto. · Range anxiety is one of the biggest concerns for EVs but Sun Mobility is working to address just this with a partnership with Microsoft. · In another exclusive interview, Henrik and Geeta Fisker of Fisker Inc said they are targeting an India presence this year. · Indian start-up Pravaig Dynamics is keen about pushing the envelope in the affordable luxury space. It is readying an electric sedan that will be available via the subscription model. · In the EV battery space, Israeli energy company StoreDot has begun production of ultra-fast lithium-ion batteries that get fully charged in just 5 minutes. But that’s not all. We get you a lowdown on how Skill-Lync and the Layam Group are taking up the challenge to train workforce to handle the growing EV rush. In key developments, we tell you how Hero MotoCorp plans to maintain its lead after the 100 millionth vehicle rolled out of its Uttarakhand plant. Plus, French carmaker Renault’s India plans as CEO Luca de Meo takes forward the ‘Renaulution’ strategy. Make sure that you get your copy today, to stay on top of all the action in the automotive industry.

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