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Toyota and Suzuki to introduce EVs in India by 2020

Japanese auto majors Toyota Motor Corporation and Suzuki Motor Corporation have finalised their plans for introducing electric vehicles (EVs) in the Indian market by 2020. The arrangement is such that Suzuki will be in-charge of production of EVs and also supply some to Toyota, while Toyota is to provide technical support.

Additionally, Toyota and Suzuki have planned to conduct a comprehensive study of activities for the widespread acceptance and widespread use of EVs in India. Such activities encompass the establishment of charging stations, human resources development that includes training for after-service technicians employed throughout sales networks and systems for the appropriate treatment of end-of-life batteries.

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