Autocar Professional Magazine - 15th June 2022
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The June 15 issue is a Western India Special
The June 15 issue is a Western India Special and gets you the highlights and reports from the recently-held two-day Vehicle Safety Conclave by Autocar Professional. This issue gives you a sneak peek into the evolving dynamics across the automotive industry and how India is emerging at the forefront of a lot of global action with guts, grit and gumption.
Homecoming for Chetak: Bajaj Chetak, the iconic scooter brand, now in its electric avatar, is back to its old home from where it first rolled out in 1972.
Western India Special: US-based in-car intelligent assistant platform Cerence is bullish on its India prospects and is targeting new segments like CVs and two-wheelers.
Western India Special: Pune-based Polyrub CooperStandard is putting in place strategies for a leading role in EVs even as it wants to bring better and sustainable products.
India Focus: The Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India (MBRDI) is set to play an important role in the development of the MB electric architecture.
Vehicle Safety Webinar: Autocar Professional’s Vehicle Safety Webinar made quite a buzz. In case you missed it, we get you a lowdown on what experts make of the current evolving dynamics.
Aftersales Push: Italy’s largest automotive aftermarket event, Autopromotec 2022, returned after a two-year gap.
A challenging trail: The Border Roads Organisation has been tasked with building 64 strategic roads, stretching across 3500 km with 100 bridges, tunnels and highways.
Betting on the ladder frame
As Mahindra & Mahindra gets ready to launch its all-new Scorpio, we look at why the company is bullish on ladder frame vehicles which aren’t quite prefered nowadays. Pradyumna Kalagi reports.
'There is a bit of India in every Merc'
Started in 1996, the Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India (MBRDI) is the Mercedes-Benz Group's largest research and development centre outside of Germany. Managing Director and CEO, Manu Saale spoke to Sricharan R on MBRDI plans to contribute to the Group going forward.
It's a homecoming for Bajaj Chetak at Akurdi
The iconic scooter brand, now in its new electric avatar, is back to its old home from where it first rolled out in 1972. Murali Gopalan visited Akurdi near Pune for the inauguration of Chetak Technology, the new EV arm, where nostalgia was in the air.
Polyrub rejigs focus
The JV is putting in place strategies for a leading role in EVs even it wants to bring better and sustainable products for Indian and global ICE players. Brian de Souza has the details
Competition pushing OEMs to "light" path ahead
Technologies such as LED headlamp that are driving safety can be adapted for India, said Todd Morgan, chief technology and Innovation officer, Lumax.
Border Road takes expertise to new altitudes
The Border Roads Organisation has been tasked with building 64 strategic roads, stretching across 3500 km with 100 bridges, tunnels and highways. Shahkar Abidi reports on the challenges involved.
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Publisher: Haymarket India
Autocar Professional is India’s leading automotive B2B fortnightly. Its in-depth analysis of the Indian automobile and components business is a must-read for industry personnel. It is circulated among key industry executives and decision-makers, and provides news, incisive interviews and accurate vehicle sales and production data. Its ability to spot and forecast trends has made it a strategic tool for auto professionals. The pages of Autocar Professional have emerged as a platform for the stakeholders of the Indian auto industry to showcase and share their ideas and vision.
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