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The February 15 issue has news, views and analysis aplenty. Here's taking a quick read at what's inside. Daimler is splitting its truck and car businesses. Find out how this will impact BharatBenz in India. The 2021 Union Budget was big on Atmanirbharta but can the Government maintain the fine line between self-reliance and protectionism? Cooper Corporation’s Farrokh Cooper, who can well be considered as one of India Auto Inc’s oldest cheerleaders for ‘Atmanirbharta’, fully supports the move. Find out why. New Delhi-based JBM Group finds a lot to cheer about in Budget 2021. Executive Director Nishant Arya says the Scrappage Policy will give a much-needed fillip to the CV and the logistics sectors. Meanwhile, Maruti Suzuki India has not yet launched any EVs even as other OEMs are on a product launch offensive. What’s the thinking and how does Maruti plan to address this? California-based start-up QuantumScape aims to address exactly EV range concerns with its ‘Solid-state’ lithium-ion batteries. Chief Marketing Officer Asim Hussain details the EV battery maker’s standout features. In our Guest Column, Daniel Barel, Co-Founder and CEO, REE Automotive maps the future structure of the automotive industry and the benefit of the 'three-layer concept' that can offer customised vehicle-specific solutions. As Toyota ends Volkswagen’s 5-year stint as the world’s largest automaker by volume, both companies reiterate focus on the future of eco-friendly motoring that includes huge investment in electrification. But the strategies are quite radical. We get you a detailed analysis. All this plus an exciting News section in the mid-month issue.

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