Coal, Lithium Poses Challenges for India's Electric Car Revolution
Twenty-four hours before the world’s most-attended auto show began, actor Rahul Bose had decided his next car: A four-door Reva NXR made in Bangalore.
“I was just waiting for the four-door version, and now it’s here,” Bose, an avid spokesman for climate-change issues, said of the latest version of India’s biggest-selling electric car.
With pressure growing globally on the automobile industry to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, it’s no coincidence that the 10th edition of India’s Auto Expo will open on Tuesday with the biggest-ever showing of electric, hybrid and hydrogen-fuelled vehicles:
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