Maruti Suzuki India, the biggest car producer in the nation has declared another accomplishment today. They have turned into the principal car maker in the nation to have combined offers of more than 20 million or 2 crores. Indeed. The quantity of Maruti cars on Indian streets has crossed the 2 crore mark.
Maruti Sold Out More Than 20 Million Cars in India
To achieve this production mark, Maruti Suzuki India took 34 and half years. The first Maruti car was taken off back in December 1983. The chief (Mr. Harpal Singh) of the car was chosen by means of a lucky draw and was given over the car by India’s at that point Prime Minister – Indira Gandhi.
Speaking about the achievement, Mr. Kenichi Ayukawa, MD & CEO, Maruti Suzuki India, said, “We would like to thank all our valued customers, business partners, Government, investors and all stakeholders. The 20 million production milestone is a testimony of trust in brand Maruti Suzuki. For over three decades, Maruti Suzuki has worked to listen and meet the evolving customer aspirations with contemporary products of global quality. We are committed to serving customers with products and services, which are best in quality, safety and ahead in technology.”
The last five million productions have also been the speediest. Maruti took over 21 years to offer their initial 5 million cars, which came in April 2005. The following 5 million deals came in March 2011 (6 years), the following 5 million came in May 2015 (50 months), and the most recent 5 million deals came in July 2018 (38 months).
Today, Maruti Suzuki has two plants in India, both in Haryana. Their parent, Suzuki has a plant in Gujarat. Together, these three plants create 17.5 lakh cars a year. By 2020, Maruti Suzuki will create 20 lakh cars a year, in this manner meeting their objective of accomplishing yearly 2 million productions in India. Their next target is delivering 5 million cars in India by 2030. This implies they need to offer 50 lakh cars a year, of which they plan to offer 15 lakh electric cars.
The first Maruti electric car will be launched in India in 2020. It will be as WagonR electric. Aside from this, they will likewise launch Swift, DZire, Alto, Baleno electric. Essentially, they will make their whole line-up accessible with an electric alternative. Helping them do this will be their worldwide partner Toyota, who is likewise a leader in electric car innovation.