auto news desk, German carmaker Mercedes-Benz is planning to introduce four new electric cars in India in the next 8-12 months. Giving information in this regard, the company’s Regional Head (Overseas) Mathias Luers said on Thursday, ‘We are very happy with the response our electric vehicles are getting in the Indian market with models like EQS and EQB. We are planning to introduce four more models. The vehicle is going.” Currently, the company is selling four EV models in the Indian market – EQS, EQB, EQC and EQS AMG.
Mercedes-Benz has high hopes
Mercedes-Benz expects electric vehicles to account for 25 per cent of total vehicle sales in India by 2027. The company expects India to be its fastest growing market globally this year as well. Santosh Iyer, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India said, “I still see India shining bright among the rest of the world. Looking at our global report, India has been growing steadily in the first two months of the year.
Iyer said, “It is too early to give an estimate for the full year, but if we talk about the results of the first two months, it is very strong and positive compared to many other markets in the world.” Let us tell you that Mercedes-Benz India sold 11,242 units in 2021. This figure increases by 41 percent to 15,822 units in 2022. Now the company (Mercedes-Benz) is planning to further increase its sales by introducing new products in the Indian market. , However, from April 1, the company is going to increase the prices of its existing lineup as well.