Toyota Kirloskar Motor to showcase advanced green technologies at Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024

The company's pavilion will showcase a range of vehicles, including battery electric, strong hybrid electric.

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Toyota Kirloskar Motor to showcase advanced green technologies at Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) is set to participate in the Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024, showcasing its advanced green technology lineup. The pavilion will feature battery electric and strong hybrid electric vehicles, fuel-cell electric vehicles, electrified flexi fuel vehicles, and CNG vehicles.

Vikram Gulati, Country Head and Executive Vice President, Toyota Kirloskar Motor, speaking on the company's participation, said, “As we gear up for the Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024, Toyota Kirloskar Motor is thrilled to be part of this event. We thank the Government of India as well as the organisers for providing a platform to showcase the competitiveness of the Indian auto industry in making cutting edge green technologies. India's emergence as a key player in the global automotive landscape makes this event even more significant. It gives us an opportunity to demonstrate our commitment of supporting the government's key priorities in achieving self-reliance and energy independence through our multiple green technology options as well as our efforts towards Making in India through greater localisation and skill enhancement of our people.”

“Our pavilion is a testament of the company’s dedication to meet the evolving needs and aspirations of the country, thus delivering ‘Mass Happiness to All’ and ‘Leaving No One Behind’ contributing to the betterment of society and growth of the nation thereby building the base for ‘Amrit kaal’.

The company champions the "Make in India" initiative, with around 90% localisation for its main products, Innova and Fortuner. Globally committed to Carbon Neutrality by 2050, Toyota is focused on achieving net zero carbon in manufacturing operations by 2035. The company is dedicated to advancing sustainable mobility solutions, aligning with India's energy mix, consumer profile, and infrastructure readiness, in support of the government's vision for "Mass Electrification" and an "Atma Nirbhar Bharat."

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