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Maruti Suzuki will make cars equipped with strong hybrid engines for the next five to seven years. Seeing the demand of users, the company will also work on bio-CNG and ethanol-powered cars. The company believes that the tax on hybrid vehicles should be exempted.
The country’s largest car company amidst the changing trends of the Indian car market Maruti Suzuki Planning your future. In view of the increasing demand for electric cars, some companies Electric Car While focusing on manufacturing, some companies are choosing another path. Japanese automobile companies like Maruti Suzuki, Toyota and Honda are working on hybrid cars instead of full electric cars. According to reports, Maruti Suzuki will work on the strong hybrid lineup for the next 5-7 years. Let us see what strategy will Maruti Suzuki adopt.
Maruti introduced hybrid car
Maruti Suzuki has been quite vocal about hybrid technology. The company has introduced a facelift version of the Ertiga and XL6 equipped with the new 1.5L K15C four-cylinder mild-hybrid petrol engine. This powertrain has also been used in the new model of the recently launched Brezza. Let us inform that even before the launch of the new Brezza, 45,000 bookings had been done.
Strong hybrid engine will be available in the new SUV
Maruti Suzuki and Toyota are jointly making a mid-size SUV. Strong hybrid technology will also be used in the upcoming mid-size SUV. Strong hybrid engine will be seen in the Toyota Urban Cruiser Highrider SUV to be launched this month. Later, Maruti’s upcoming SUV will also knock with a strong hybrid engine.
Also eye on bio-CNG and ethanol
Maruti Suzuki also wants to foray into different segments like mild hybrid, strong hybrid, bio-CNG and ethanol fuel. CV Raman, Chief Technology Officer, Maruti Suzuki says that hybrid technology emits 30 percent less carbon than fuel engines and 20 percent reduction in carbon emissions through CNG.
be in hybrid and discount
For the next five to seven years, the company will step up on new technology according to the needs of the users. CV Raman says that for the next 5-7 years, we will include strong hybrid cars in our range. Hybrid vehicles currently attract 43 per cent tax, while electric vehicles attract only 5 per cent tax. CV Raman believes that more concessions should be given in the hybrid.