Ashwani Gupta, chief operating officer of the Indian branch of the Japanese automaker Nissan, thinks that the electric car market in India is on the rise in a year. He is not the only one who has made such comments. Industrialists are looking at the Indian car market with great importance. Recognizing that electric vehicles are the future, companies have introduced more or less electric vehicles in the domestic market. However, those who have not yet been able to come up with an electric car have already started working on it.
According to sources, this time Nissan is going to reveal the issue of bringing electric model cars to India. The company is now conducting experiments on electric vehicles in the country. It is expected that they will announce the matter soon.
In this context, Ashwani Gupta said, the company has seen signs of strong potential in the Indian market. I can say that the demand for electric vehicles in India is going to triple in the next year, which will make it the largest market. ” Incidentally, Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubishi have jointly announced the launch of 35 electric vehicles by 2030.
According to Gupta, India’s electric vehicle sector is dependent on three main factors: “First, product excitement. Based on our experience, we can say with certainty that the inspiration of Indian customers will help us to achieve this. Second, the only question on our minds right now is how to localize the battery. Third, the ecosystem, which includes the infrastructure and beyond that we are going to study. ”