The UK government has announced a ban on the sale of all vehicles which are not fully electric or hybrid after 2030. Though India’s ambition to transition towards fully electric means of mobility was also on similar lines, the plans never took off. More on this later in the copy, but first here is a complete look at what else made headlines in the auto space during the week.Bharat Forge to make hovercraftAfter artillery guns and combat vehicles, forging giant Bharat Forge is looking to build hovercrafts, thus slated to become the first company to manufacture them in India.Close This is also the first time that the Pune-based company is venturing into water-based solutions, having already entered into land and air-based solutions for defence and civilian purposes. related news Constitution Day 2020: History and significance about India’s Samvidhan Diwas International flights to remain suspended till December 31: DGCA Israelis pay respects to victims of 26/11 Mumbai attacks, demand justice for them Renault Kiger unveiledDesigned by French and Indian designers, the Kiger is the first compact SUV from Renault. Set to debut in the final quarter of this year is the fourth sports utility vehicle by Renault in India after Duster, Koleos, and… Read full this story
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