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LEVC (London EV Company Limited), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Geely, has announced that it would begin operations in India with the debut of the new electric model TX. In addition, the manufacturer is planning to open a new dealership in New Delhi.

Exclusive Motors Pvt. Ltd. and LEVC have established a cooperation to bring the TX to the Indian Subcontinent. The business claims that their cars would help India achieve a "green future" while also creating "employment opportunities" in the country.

"I am thrilled that LEVC's innovative future mobility solutions is embracing the prospects in India's vibrant and developing electric vehicle sector," stated Alan Gemmell, Her Majesty's Trade Commissioner for South Asia. The United Kingdom and India have ambitious intentions to strengthen their trade and investment cooperation, which will benefit both economies, and this is a terrific example of what we can do when we work together." 

The LVEC TX will be the backbone of the company's eCity technology, with a stated flexible range of over 510 kilometres. It contains seating for six passengers, as well as wheelchair accessibility and a custom-built barrier that separates the driver from the passengers. The TX, according to the business, has a class-leading 8.45m turning circle, making it ideal for city mobility and suburban flexibility.

"We are pleased to have collaborated with a renowned brand like LEVC," stated Satya Bagla, Managing Director of Exclusive Motors. India is a rapidly growing market for electric cars, and there has never been a better moment for LEVC to enter the nation. In the next days, the vehicle's technology, looks, and practicality will undoubtedly win over Indian buyers."

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