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Tata Motors showcases its electric future

11 February 2018

"Mahindra's electric pavilion at the Auto Expo showcases our vision of the Future of Mobility - one that offers clean, connected and convenient vehicles to our customers in India and around the world".

Ayush Lohia, CEO of Lohia Auto, told ET, "After a significant success in keeping the electric vehicle moment alive, we are now geared up to take the brand to the next pedestal by adding more value to the products in terms of speed, power and reach".

Similarly, Maruti Suzuki unveiled the first design concept of e-Survivor. Thereafter the media contingent moved with clock-work precision and moved onto Honda Cars India.

Among other electric vehicle concepts were a compact two-seater concept electric mobility pod "UDO", a futuristic urban mobility concept "Atom", lithium-ion battery powered three-wheeler "Treo" and a zero-emission electric bus "e-Cosmo". Furthermore, its EV range also included the electric version of its compact SUV e-KUV100 and the e2o NXT, an upgraded version of its existing electric hatchback e2oPlus. This is the World Premiere of the 2nd Generation Honda Amaze and the auto is scheduled to be launched in India in FY 18-19.

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Almost 50 electric and hybrid vehicles will be unveiled at Auto Expo 2018 that starts in Greater Noida this week, in what will be an affirmation of automakers' commitment to India's ambitious goal on electric mobility. As per Inc42 sources, Maruti Suzuki also showcased a working model of Suzuki's next-generation hybrid technology at the auto show. Mercedes-Benz launched its Maybach S 650 and teased its E-Class All-Terrain model for its upcoming India debut.

Toyota Kirloskar Motor unveiled its Yaris sedan which will mark its entry into the mid-sized premium auto segment in the country in April.

Kia, which displayed its cars in India for the first time at the auto show, expects to produce 30,000 vehicles in 2019 to start with, Shim said.

BMW India launched the first-ever BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo and the sixth generation all-new BMW M5, which were launched by Sachin Tendulkar.

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Tata Motors, which had over half a dozen electric vehicles on display but now only sells them to government and commercial clients, echoed his sentiment.

SML Isuzu introduced a new range of trucks based on the Isuzu design philosophy named as Global Series. However, Electric Vehicles (EVs) stole the limelight at Auto Expo 2018. With the XPulse, the company is strengthening its presence on the higher engine capacity motorcycle segment. This is the fourth product of the company which will be launched in the current financial year 2018-19.

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India unveiled its most extensive product line-up of 11 new models.

While King Khan launched Hyundai's "Swachh Can", John Abraham was present at the launch of Yamaha's YZF-R3.

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Another Indian automaker Mahindra & Mahindra, the only EV seller in the country unveiled showcased a range of electric vehicles (EVs) at Auto Expo 2018. The company also lifted the cover on South Korean arm SsangYong's G4 Rexton SUV, which will be launched in the Indian market later this year under the Mahindra badge.

Tata Motors showcases its electric future