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Renault is also keen to entry the bandwagon India's Electric Car Space with Ground-up EV's
- Renault India CEO and MD has stated that brand is not much keen in modifying its combustion model for an electric powertrain.
- There is no official timeline for the Renault EV’s in India
The major concern of the Renault is adding an EV to its India Lineup is to make it affordable with the help of localization
Renault India CEO and MD has stated that brand is not much keen in modifying its combustion model for an electric powertrain.
The company would only bring affordable EVs to India thus it would ensure maximum localization
It is more likely to made for India model as none of its global models are likely to be brought here.
There is no official timeline for the Renault EV's in India
When it comes to EV Space in India, it is unlikely to see a Renault-badged competitor anytime soon. Earlier, it was expected that that French marque to bring the all-electric variant of the Kwid, Renault, it would have been like, jumping ahead to dedicated EV's.
In an recent media interaction, the brand has plans to offering EV's India, Venkatram Mamillapalle, CEO and MD, Renault India. Stated that, when we bring, we bring EV. We would not like to put EV into an ICE modification and things like that. We would like to offers a proper EV.
The major concern of the Renault is adding an EV to its India Lineup is to make it affordable with the help of localization. Presently, Varied components such as the batteries, electric motors and battery modules are imported and drive up the input costs. Until the brand the can achieve maximum localization, it is unlikely to bring any of form of EV to India.
The Global Renualt lineup has got a handful of EV's, but only a couple that are build as dedicated EV's like the Zoe. It is most promising model, which has been the Dacia Spring Electric, an all electric iteration of the Kwid which is already on sale in few markets. However, that model is no longer on the table and Renault's debut EV would likely be a new made for India Model.
The global Renault lineup has got a handful of EV's, but only a couple that are built as dedicated EVs like the Zoe. It is most promising model, which had been the Dacia Spring Electric, an all-electric iteration of the Kwid which is already on sale in few markets. However, the model is no longer on the table and the Renault's debut EV would be a new made for India model.