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22 minutes ago, BalayyaTarak said:

Ok got it 

running dealership with single model for longtime will be a problem, chudali Jeep has a lot of modela in other countries evanna launch chesthe will definitely pull the market 

One thing they need to make sure is not to deteriorate their brand value by competing with Thar kind of, need to stay niche 

Kia Hyundai antey they concentrate on features over other aspects which other global brands can't do 

Mana country koda safety norms strict chesthe like NCAP automatic ga andaru oka lineloki vastaru

Quality ante MS cars first Assam batch lo vuntayee  

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45 minutes ago, BalayyaTarak said:

Ok got it 

running dealership with single model for longtime will be a problem, chudali Jeep has a lot of modela in other countries evanna launch chesthe will definitely pull the market 

One thing they need to make sure is not to deteriorate their brand value by competing with Thar kind of, need to stay niche 

Kia Hyundai antey they concentrate on features over other aspects which other global brands can't do 

Mana country koda safety norms strict chesthe like NCAP automatic ga andaru oka lineloki vastaru

Regarding last point Govt ki profit anntey tappa emi ceyyaru vaalu....so don't expect anything 

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EV adoption will speed up in 4 wheelers in next few years. Passenger segment lo Hatch Back to Compact SUV cars minimum 15% shift autharu by 2025 

if the fuel prices still continue to increase then the adoption will be much faster. Also commercial lo SCV Pickup range Trucks like TATA ACE, PIAGGIO, ASHOK LEYLAND DOSTH etc may also first switch to EV soon

2 Wheelers still 10 years not much difference will be there. Premium, Deluxe brands like RE, YAMAHA are Strong and Safe upto 2030 as their scooter dependence is nil or minimal. EV transition will first happen in Scooter only in 2W Segment

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7 hours ago, bunty27 said:

EV adoption will speed up in 4 wheelers in next few years. Passenger segment lo Hatch Back to Compact SUV cars minimum 15% shift autharu by 2025 

if the fuel prices still continue to increase then the adoption will be much faster. Also commercial lo SCV Pickup range Trucks like TATA ACE, PIAGGIO, ASHOK LEYLAND DOSTH etc may also first switch to EV soon

2 Wheelers still 10 years not much difference will be there. Premium, Deluxe brands like RE, YAMAHA are Strong and Safe upto 2030 as their scooter dependence is nil or minimal. EV transition will first happen in Scooter only in 2W Segment

EVs commercial ga success avvalante antha easy kadu..

commercial vehicles like autos as of now single charge range 60 km...

ante athanu okka trip vesi intlo kurchovalante... pasthulundaali..

moreover batteries maintenance cost initial costs antha chusukunte ... commercially it might be a disaster for middle class especially...

long ranges ki infra structure not yet developed..

electricity costs are also increasing daily... 

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On 9/11/2021 at 10:41 PM, ChiefMinister said:

EVs commercial ga success avvalante antha easy kadu..

commercial vehicles like autos as of now single charge range 60 km...

ante athanu okka trip vesi intlo kurchovalante... pasthulundaali..

moreover batteries maintenance cost initial costs antha chusukunte ... commercially it might be a disaster for middle class especially...

long ranges ki infra structure not yet developed..

electricity costs are also increasing daily... 

yes true 

but rising fuel prices will push the manufacturers to speed up the process and come up with higher km range soon 

else their New vehicle sale and demand will come down. Already with scrappage policy coming into implementation many commercial Fleet operators are buying used BS4 vehicles of 2017 and later models as they can ply for another 10-12 years and cost of ownership comes down drastically 

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30 minutes ago, bunty27 said:

yes true 

but rising fuel prices will push the manufacturers to speed up the process and come up with higher km range soon 

else their New vehicle sale and demand will come down. Already with scrappage policy coming into implementation many commercial Fleet operators are buying used BS4 vehicles of 2017 and later models as they can ply for another 10-12 years and cost of ownership comes down drastically 

Dont expect anything before 2030..

fast ante saripodu quality, standards, norms safety etc., chala consider cheyyali…if you increase range…

as of now its not possible in next 3 to 5 years.. and most importantly by that time electricity cost kuda petrol cost kanna ekkuva avvachu ippudunna situation chustunte

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