Maruti Electric Car Launch India: The market of electric vehicles in India is growing rapidly and with this, electric cars of domestic and foreign companies are also entering the Indian market at the same speed. At present, there are electric cars of other big companies including Tata Motors, Hyundai Motors and MG, but the country’s largest car company Maruti Suzuki has not launched a single electric car so far. Now the big news is coming from Maruti Suzuki that by the year 2025, the production of batteries along with electric cars of Maruti Suzuki will start in India itself and for this the process of setting up a Suzuki plant in Gujarat has also started. Is.
Japanese company Suzuki’s big investment in India
Recently, Suzuki has signed an agreement with the Gujarat government and under this, Suzuki will set up a large manufacturing plant around Ahmedabad at a cost of Rs 10,440 crore, where electric cars as well as their batteries will be produced. It is believed that Maruti Suzuki’s first indigenous electric car will hit the Indian market by the year 2025 and this EV of the SUV segment can be launched in the price range of up to Rs 20 lakh. The company plans that India will become the manufacturing hub of Maruti Suzuki’s upcoming electric cars and the electric cars manufactured here will be exported to other countries. This agreement has been signed during the visit of the Prime Minister of Japan to India recently.
How will the first electric car be?
Let us tell you that in the year 2020 Auto Expo, Maruti Suzuki showcased the concept model of its electric car Future-E and since then discussions are going on that the company’s electric SUV will be based on the Future-E. It is important to mention here that in the coming time, the first electric car can be launched in the partnership of Toyota and Maruti Suzuki. In fact, automobile companies around the world are emphasizing on electric mobility and in such a situation, more than one electric cars are being launched in India, whose battery range is also good. In the coming times, the entry of Maruti Suzuki in the electric car segment may challenge the reign of Tata Motors.