At the global motorcycle show EICMA 2019 in Milan, Italy, Suzuki Motorcycle India announced that they respect the government's policy and in view of the government's policies on electric vehicles, Japan's two-wheeler manufacturer Suzuki Motors also two-wheeler.
Preparing to bring a vehicle The company says that it will soon start testing electric scooters on the country's roads and Maruti Suzuki's infrastructure will benefit when the company launches its two-wheeler electric vehicle in the country. Satoshi told ET that for this we will coordinate with Maruti and use the same technology, with the same vendor and EV infrastructure network. which will benefit us.
According to statistics, in the first six months of this financial year 2020, 50,000 electric two-wheelers were sold. At the same time, the government plans to ban vehicles with an engine capacity of less than 150 cc by 2025. Earlier, Bajaj Auto showcased its first electric scooter, Bajaj Chetak, which will be launched in January 2020 next year. At the same time, Hero Motocorp, the country's largest two-wheeler maker, has invested in electric vehicle manufacturing company Ather Energy.