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Future of Mobility - Shared, Self Driven & Electric

With increasing urbanization come environmental challenges due to high levels of vehicle emissions. To combat this, governments across the world have announced regulations on emissions and efficiency that are expected to become stringent with time. In the case of India, crude oil imports account for a significant portion of the current account deficit and also create dependence on certain global regions to meet fuel needs of the country.
The global automotive industry is on the verge of disruption due to the outcomes of four key technology-driven trends—electrification, shared mobility, connectivity, and, autonomous driving. As per a NITI Aayog report, India could save 64 percent of energy demand for road transport and 37 percent of carbon emissions by 2030 by pursuing a shared, electric and connected mobility future. Three drivers behind electrification trend −CO2 regulations World leaders committed to reducing CO2 emissions & regulation requires electrification to meet targets −Innov…

6 ways to keep your Car Corona Virus Free

As we all are aware about the spread of Corona Virus . The  Basic protective measures against the new corona virus are being taken through out the world. As per the sources ,Coronavirus can sustain on a metal upto 12hrs and fabric 9hrs . We all know our car is a carrier of bacteria and infections. So we need you to drag your attention towards your Car safety to prevent spreading of the virus.

So here are the following steps which we need to take care while entering in and driving your Car.

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1. Use disinfectant spray on your car Seat & door handles before opening the Door.

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2. Wipe Dashboard, steering wheel, Gear, Infotainment screen , Power window buttons properly before driving the Car.
As the study has been done by car rental company that found steering wheels to be more covered or marked with an unclean substance.and Cup holders came next, followed by seat belt, the inside door handles, gear shift and audio volume knobs,i…

Auto Industries may get affected due to CORONA VIRUS

As per the sources -the spreading of Corona Virus from China to entire world , A statement from the industry body said that the disruption caused by the coronavirus has hit the automotive industry and eventually also affected the automotive component and forging industries.

Some automotive plants in China are reopening as the worldwide expansion of the corona virus continues, but sales in China so far in February pretty much fell off a cliff. Some effects of the virus have reached Europe which may plan for temporary closure. As per the sources - China’s factories are beginning to come back to life after an extended lock down in the country’s industrial hubs, and that is good news for several Indian car makers that have their supply chains located beyond the Great Wall.

The resumption of auto-component supplies have  also come at a time the Indian industry is seeking to transition into stricter emission norms, leapfrogging from stage IV to VI in the next fiscal year …