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Maharashtra, which is home to several leading automakers and suppliers, has just announced a fortnight of complete lockdown to combat the pandemic. The situation in other states is worrying too. We speak to captains of industry and stakeholders to find out how they are gearing up for Lockdown 2.0 – • OEMs, component manufacturers, dealers and transporters elaborate on the lessons learnt, the forward planning and ways to make business future-proof. • Meanwhile, a recent study by McKinsey India indicates that the growth potential of Indian automotive industry is clearly spelt out despite the challenges including Covid-19. • Nikunj Sanghi, Chairman of the Automotive Skills Development Council, says even as ASDC is doing its bit to bridge the tech-divide fast, there’s plenty more to be done. • Meanwhile, Hyundai Motor is betting heavily on SUVs with the six- and seven-seater Alcazar. • Buoyed by the success of Triber and encouraging response to Kiger, Renault India targets deeper inroads into rural markets. Country CEO & MD, Venkatram Mamillapalle stresses the need to maintain quality consistently. • DICV boss Satyakam Arya believes the expertise within the Indian operation will be leveraged even more as the company looks to push the envelope in mobility. • India is high on the radar of Czech off-road bus maker Torsus as it scouts for a suitable partner. Co-founder and CEO, Vakhtang Dzhukashvili says it is already seeing keen interest from India’s mining and tourism sector. Given the surge in Covid-19 cases, ACMA Automechanika 2021, the leading B2B aftermarket expo, will now be digital. Our preview details what you should expect. We’d love to tell you more but it’s best if you download this exciting 56-page edition.

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