Autocar Professional’s September 1st Edition is simply electrifying : India Auto Inc is leaving no wheel unturned to optimise the revival process. Localisation and electrification have emerged as the key triggers of growth. EV-olution of the two-wheeler industry The electric scooter turf is perhaps the busiest – · Ola’s e-scooter launch hogged the headlines but the real slog begins now. The challenge is in product performance and customer satisfaction. · We speak to industry leaders for their perspective on the latest EV player in town. · We speak to VCs and finance experts to find out if legacy liabilities are hindering the pace of EV transition for established OEMs.
EVs and CVs, forging industry’s fluctuating fortunes Electrification will have succeeded if commercial vehicles go green in a big way. · Ashok Leyland has invested $200 million in its electric CV division – Switch Mobility. CEO Dr Andy Palmer reveals how it plans to go global. · BorgWarner too is betting big on electrification. Shawn Li, VP and GM, Power Drive Systems Asia, says it is targeting at least 25% of sales from electric by 2025.
North India Special Autocar Professional’s annual North India Special is also strong on e-mobility. · UK-based Saietta Group and India’s Padmini VNA are localising the highly efficient, mass-producible AFT e-motor tech. CEO Wicher Kist reveals the future plans. · Delhi-based Omega Seiki Mobility is making an ambitious global play electric cargo CVs. An exclusive interaction with founder, Uday Narang. This 64-page issue is a comprehensive collection of innovative product offerings from the two-wheeler, components and EV industries, analytical insights and top industry. Download your copy today.
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