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Honda To Launch Low-Cost Bike, Flex-Fuel & Electric Vehicles In India – India Car News

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has announced its future plans for the Indian market. The company will work on future technologies and alternative mobility. HMSI also aims to further strengthen its Manesar (Haryana) plant as a Global Resource Factory for ‘Making in India for the world’.
Honda has also announced to develop fuel efficient products for India. As part of this, the company plans a phase-wise implementation & integration of flex-fuel technology in its product portfolio. Honda has also announced to launch a new low-end motorcycle in the commuter segment.
Honda claims that the new low-cost motorcycle will bring a safer & reliable daily commute for its customers. Honda is already selling multiple flex-fuel equipped motorcycles in Brazil market. The company believes that it is equipped to make a “seamless Flex fuel transition for two-wheeler market in India”.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India also plans multiple electric vehicle model introduction in the coming years with support from Honda’s other subsidiaries in the country. Honda is currently in its feasibility-study stage for readying its EV model line-up and developing the overall eco-system in India. Honda also aims to achieve zero traffic collision fatalities involving Honda motorcycles and automobiles globally by 2050.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Atsushi Ogata – Managing Director, President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India said, “Bringing the synergies of Honda’s global expertise with strong indigenous support, HMSI will further expand its horizons in India. A staggered implementation of flex-fuel technology and multiple EV model introduction in future will lead to an exciting journey ahead. HMSI also plans to enter low-end motorcycle segment while boosting its new fun models’ business in domestic markets. Parallely expanding its wings overseas, HMSI aims to serve more developed countries with its highest level of global quality standards”
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