Auto major Mahindra & Mahindra is focusing on different parameters for global markets, including Bhutan, to drive up its electric vehicle deals as the reaction for electric autos has been lukewarm so far in India, where the organization had started e2o electric car year ago.
The company, which sold below 500 cars in India a year ago, is currently meaning to take the electric autos to business sectors where the framework is substantially all the more empowering for electric versatility.
"We have started selling in Nepal four months ago, we will be selling in Sri Lanka starting next month, we have started selling here (Bhutan)... neighbouring countries are getting covered, it is fairly easy thing for us to do that," Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd Executive Director and President (Automotive and FES) Pawan Goenka.
Bhutan has throughout the previous two years put a boycott on the import of different sorts of customary vehicles into the nation and has barely as of late chose to permit imports of just electric vehicles, subsequently pulling in vehicle creators from over the globe.
"What we bring to table for Bhutan is that we have designed the vehicles to some extent to fit to the requirements of the country. We are right now developing Verito and Maxiimo (electric versions) and therefore we have been able to take inputs from here, we have tasting vehicles here right now to make it right for this country," Goenka said.
"It may require 3,500-4,000 charging stations to sport that and for that there is certain amount of investment required which is not very large and for which we have made a proposal and the government of Bhutan will work on it," Goenka said.
Commenting on the Indian market Goenka said: "We launched e20 in March and unfortunately India did not pick up the way we had hoped for...part of the reason is not having the right kind of incentive”.