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Maruti Suzuki will produce the first electric car by 2025


Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) is taking steps to set up its new plant in Kharkhoda, Haryana with huge investment. The factory is spread over an area of ​​900 acres. Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala stated at a public meeting that Maruti Suzuki will start production of its first electric car in Kharkoda by the middle of this decade (2025).

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Suzuki will use 100 acres of this plant to make motorcycles, while Maruti will produce electric cars on the remaining 800 acres. Haryana youth will get 75 percent of the jobs available under the Private Sector Employment Reservation Act. About 11,000 young people will be employed in this factory while about 3,000 workers will be employed in the motorcycle sector.

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The company said that the first phase of the new plant is expected to be completed by 2025. Its production capacity will be 2.5 lakh units per year. Administrative approvals for the construction of the new plant have yet to be obtained. MSI said it will invest over Rs 11,000 crore in the first phase of the plant. The company said the Sonepat plant will also have room for capacity expansion in the future.

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Rs 7,300 crore has been set aside to open a new battery production plant. The electric vehicle is expected to be the first mid-size SUV for the Indian and global markets. It is brought in cooperation with Toyota and the Japanese brand is linked to the Karnataka government to produce electric vehicles and other components.

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