SURVEY: What is the future of mobility in India?

    What will be the impact of the COVID-19 virus on the automobile sector? To find out, we have partnered with PremonAsia to conduct a survey to know your opinions about mobility after the pandemic.

    Published On Apr 18, 2020 03:42:00 PM


    SURVEY: What is the future of mobility in India?

    It has been over four months since the initial outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wuhan, China. Since then, the virus has spread across the globe, and the measures taken to control the spread have brought the world to a standstill and crippled multiple sectors, including the automotive industry.

    In these trying times, automakers are stepping up and helping in the fight against the COVID-19 threat by producing medical equipment like face shields, masks and ventilators, in addition to helping out financially.

    The COVID-19 virus has created a challenge of unprecedented proportions across the globe, leading to many questions about our future. To understand what’s in store for the automotive world, we at Autocar India joined hands with PremonAsia to develop a survey, and we are looking for your support.

    The survey is all about your thoughts on mobility post COVID-19 and will take only about 3-5 minutes of your time. As a mark of respect for your time, we pledge a donation to a charitable trust that's helping fight COVID-19. The survey is completely anonymous, so frank and honest responses will help us arrive at an accurate insight. Thank you for your help. Stay home and stay safe.

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