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An Autonomous Revolution

India is now the fifth largest automotive market and home to nine out of ten most polluted cities in the world. Further rapid urbanisation and spread of cities will require it to adopt innovative mobility solutions.

The automobile industry across the world is in the middle of a complete transformation as it becomes smarter and connected. The pace of technology use is being supplemented with continuous increase in processing power and better communication.

The visualisation of the vehicle as the central object will soon be a thing of the past. The future will see interaction between multi modes enabled through connectivity. Newer offerings, business

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