There are lots of discussions about electric vehicles in India. Warning to automobile companies a few months ago, Road and Transport Minister Mr. Nitin Gadkari had said that instead of cars running petrol-diesel, vehicles or electric vehicles running other fuel will have to prepare vehicles which spread less pollution. Companies which do not make clean fuel-driven vehicles will not be allowed to produce them.
It is clear from the government that by the year 2030, the vehicles will be fully electrified. Although many people in the industry believe that it is impossible to electrify 100 percent of the vehicles. But some companies have started working on the electronic version of the foot, so it seems that Indian Road and Transport Minister Mr. Nitin Gadkari has the potential to be completed before 2030.
Indian Top Automobile companies have canceled their plans to build hybrid vehicles. Now the company will focus solely on electric car technology and will start their assembly from India in the beginning of 2019. There will be huge changes in the auto market very soon.
The company is also bringing out its electronic version – dozens of companies such as Honda, Toyota, Foxwagen, Mark, Peugeot, Audi, have announced to launch 100+ new models of electric cars worldwide by the year 2020. Apart from this, new IT companies like Tesla have some other plans. They are busy preparing to complete the full fleet of electric cars in every major city. After the announcement from the government, India has now joined the radars of these companies.
Vishnu Mathur, Director General of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers Association (SIAM) said –
We keep working on achieving goals and ambitions always, we will use all our energy and resources while focusing on a particular direction, now we will be able to achieve the target of 30 to 40 percent of the electric vehicles in the coming days. We are preparing for that. Our target is quite clear now and we are fast working on electric vehicles.