The question around ‘electric’ is no more if but when. As cry for a more modern technology and a lifestyle that’s sustainable gets louder, governments are left with little choice but to implement ideas that meet those demands from the people. Automobile industry veteran and an institution in himself, Maruti Suzuki Chairman RC Bhargava, believes the situation would become untenable as more and more people take to wheels.
“Electric cars are in principle absolutely necessary for India because we cannot continue to grow our requirements for crude oil, petrol, diesel and these will grow rapidly as more and more people want wheels for their personal transportation and, therefore, if we do nothing about it, I think the situation will become untenable from the point of view of our energy dependence on a few countries abroad,” he told Moneycontrol. Read More…
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