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Maruti Suzuki achieves 3 crore production milestone in record time

Maruti Suzuki began producing vehicles in India in December 1983, with the iconic M800.

Maruti Suzuki has announced a new production milestone. The carmaker has produced 3 crore vehicles in a record time of 40 years and 4 months.

Maruti Suzuki began producing vehicles in India in December 1983, with the iconic M800. The company’s Haryana-based facilities have produced 2.68 crore cars to date and more than 32 lakh vehicles have rolled off the Suzuki Motor Gujarat facility.

Models like the Alto 800, Alto K10, Swift, WagonR, Dzire, Omni, Baleno, Eeco, Brezza and Ertiga make up the majority of the cars manufactured by Maruti Suzuki in India. The company has built 29 lakh units of the iconic M800.

Marut Suzuki has been exporting vehicles manufactured in India to overseas markets since 1987. Today, the company contributes nearly 40% of the total vehicle exports from India.

Mr Hisashi Takeuchi, Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “Today India is world’s third largest passenger vehicle market and poised to grow stronger in coming years. To fulfil customer demand and aspirations, we plan to invest further and increase our annual production capacity to 4 million units by FY 2030-31. Working towards this, we will set up two new green field manufacturing plants of 10 lakh capacity each at Kharkhoda-Haryana and Gujarat. We will also enhance our range of models from present 18 to 28 by FY 2030-31.”

 
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