Maruti Suzuki India may launch electric vehicles in the country by 2025 or even earlier. The company believes that at present the demand for such vehicles in the country is low.
There is a lot of discussion in the market about the electric segment of the country’s largest car-making company Maruti Suzuki. People eagerly want to know the answer to this question that when will the electric cars of top-end budget car maker Maruti Suzuki come into the market. This is the question of many people because Maruti Suzuki is the company whose vehicles are sold the most in the market.
Know when will Maruti Suzuki Electric come
Let me tell you that now the answer to this question has been found. In fact, according to the company, work has been started on electric vehicles, which can be launched by 2025 or even before. However, the company said no exact date of the launch but did say that the launch date of the parent company Suzuki ( Suzuki holds). Along with this, Maruti Suzuki also told that they are also working on future flex-fuel vehicles with CNG. Significantly, at present, the largest electric car company in the country is Tata Motors. Tata Motors ( Tata Motors ) has sold more electric vehicles than 1 thousand last September.
‘No demand for electric in the market’
RC Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki India said, “The 1000 vehicles figure is very good, but we did not feel that enthusiastic. We will not be happy if we sell 1000 vehicles a month, we have to go even further. There should be a better demand for electric vehicles in the market.
Company focusing on flex-fuel engines
Let us tell you that Maruti Suzuki has already stopped making diesel engine cars. The company will soon bring CNG products with flex-fuel vehicles (for the future Flexible-fuel vehicles are also working on the development of). It is worth noting that Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had recently said that the government will make flex-fuel engines mandatory for all types of vehicles in 6 months.
Company’s emphasis is still on CNG
Maruti Suzuki believes that the demand for CNG in the country is increasing continuously. Focusing on CNG cars, Bhargava said, the government has clarified its policy to encourage CNG vehicles for personal transport. The demand for CNG is also increasing at this time and a large part of the waiting list in the portfolio of Maruti Suzuki India Limited ( MSIL ) is for CNG cars. Currently, the company is offering the option of factory-fitted CNG in models like Maruti Suzuki Alto to WagonR, Celerio, and Ertiga.