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Autocar Professional’s September 15 issue This mid-September edition is eminently readable. It brings you the tale of the end of a saga. The top story is of Ford hanging its boots in India after 25. We get you a detailed analysis on why the American OEM failed to crack the dynamics of the Indian market and the top five reasons why Ford got it all wrong. Meanwhile, barely has the industry emerged from the devastating impact of the pandemic when a continuing challenge is assuming new dimensions: the global semiconductor crisis. Check out the detailed report on how affordability of new cars is being impacted and reasons that led to the global chip shortage. Electric avenue : Tata Motors is taking forward its EV ambitions aggressively with the 2021 Tigor EV with enhanced battery capacity and an ARAI-certified range of 306km. We speak to Anand Kulkarni, VP, Product Line, EV and ALFA Architecture – PV Business. Find out what gains Ampere Electric makes with its recent acquisition of MLR Auto. Will Simple Energy and its ‘One’ e-scooter deliver the promised goods? Vocal for local : In the race for self-reliance, India Auto Inc is putting its shoulder to the wheel of future-readiness. Sunjay Kapur, the new President of ACMA, who is also Chairman of Sona Comstar, details the strategies to achieve Atmanirbharta, upskill workforce and why the Tier 2 and Tier 3 supply chain needs to invest in technology. We also detail the findings of a recent SIAM-ACMA study aimed at enhancing India suppliers’ global competitiveness through 12 product categories. An exclusive interview with Dr Reji Mathai, Director of Automotive Research Association of India. All this plus all the exciting industry news from the past fortnight.

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