The pandemic has altered the global mindset that earlier relied on using public transport for routine travel. According to a study conducted by American Public Transportation Association (APTA) before the pandemic found that millennials are multi-modal based on the trip they are planning to take.
Last year we optimistically anticipated that the pandemic and its after-effects would last for a couple of months. What we hoped would be a brief lockdown turned out to be one of the most drastic economic altering events. Major superpowers around the globe struggled in
In 2010, only 17000 electric cars were sold globally. By 2019, this number had soared to 7.2 million. Evidently, electric vehicles (EVs) are expanding significantly, more recently with a 40% year-on-year increase for electric cars in 2019. China, Europe, and US are the largest consumers
COVID19 calls for recourse to digitalisation The COVID19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdown have made some dents in the development of the Indian automotive industry. But apart from the setbacks, the pandemic has brought to the fore a quick reception of digitisation in the automotive
Safety, hygiene, health – these three important aspects of our lives have perhaps become the most critical ones due to the Covid-19 outbreak. There needs to be a paradigm shift in how we all go about our activities keeping in mind these three critical aspects.