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. … [Read more...] about This week in Auto: UK bans sale of non-EVs after 2030, where does India stand
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Under proposals to reduce carbon-emitting gas usage, another £500 million is earmarked to trial using hydrogen in homes for heating and cooking. The government is aiming to build a "Hydrogen Neighbourhood" within three years, a "Hydrogen Village" by 2025, and a town of tens of thousands of homes using the gas by the end of the decade. … [Read more...] about UK PM Boris Johnson bans sale of petrol, diesel cars from 2030
The Magnite rides well, with 205mm of ground clearance to boot. It handles most bumps, speed breakers and potholes adequately, and unless you’re really pushing it, passengers will stay comfortable. Handling isn’t what can be described as sporty (unlike its effervescent engine) – it’ll keep things right side up, but more sharpness around corners would have been nice. … [Read more...] about Nissan Magnite review: Features and performance of the new compact SUV
“V-Strom has made its own following in India. The ultimate adventure tourer has proved its mettle in the highway touring capabilities while exploring different terrains. This is our first BS6 compliant big bike and we are confident that this cleaner and greener motorcycle will continue to win people''s hearts with its performance and maneuverability as it hit the Indian roads," said Koichiro Hirao, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India. … [Read more...] about Suzuki Motorcycle India expands BSVI product portfolio with V-Strom 650XT ABS launch
I think that what you are talking about, and looking for, is two different jobs. A COO could be the right hire to help manage the current business and there should be a different person who can help you expand internationally. That would also free you up to focus on your next stage of growth including revamping the product to resonate with a larger audience and stay involved with the customers, both of which are required of the CEO. I hope that you are up for that. If not, there might be a different solve entirely. … [Read more...] about My private company is healthy and growing. Do I need to hire a No. 2?