India Can Serve As Hub For Affordable EVs In Future, Says Skoda Auto CEO

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Publish Date : 2022-03-22 00:00:00


India Can Serve As Hub For Affordable EVs In Future, Says Skoda Auto CEO

India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.

India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehicles in future, Skoda Auto CEO Thomas Schäfer said on Tuesday. The Czech carmaker, which is leading the India 2.0 project of the group, also sees normalisation of supplies in the second half of the year here in India, after being impacted by global semiconductor shortage. "Apart from the Indian domestic market becoming a significant player, I strongly believe that the India operation can play a strong role within our other markets around the world," Schäfer said in a virtual interaction with reporters. Volkswagen exports vehicles from India to countries like Mexico and South Africa, among others. "We can use it (India) as a base for Southeast Asia. There's this beautiful opportunity India needs to play a bigger role. I want India to take the rightful place in this network of the group and it can do that," he asserted.India can play a strong role within the global markets of the Volkswagen Group, including serving as a hub for affordable electric vehic



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