FCA India, the smallest car maker in the country, is planning electric vehicles and fully imported SUVs as part of its new model line-up, a top company official told Moneycontrol.While there is no India dedicated work on EVs going on at present, the official said that FCA is working on battery powered vehicles at the international level and those products may be brought to India.Partha Datta, President and Managing Director, FCA India, said, “FCA has electric at the global level. We are watching the Indian market. Today we are basically meeting consumer demand. When the consumer dictates that he wants us to bring them here then we have the technology. They are being developed as we speak. The current pipeline of products we have for India includes EVs.”Close Fiat overhauled its India operations after decades of being in continued losses. The Italian car brand decided to stop production and sales of Fiat branded cars to focus solely on Chrysler-owned brand Jeep. The latter is one of world’s most popular sports utility vehicle (SUV) brands. Fiat changed the name of the company to FCA India. related news In Pics | Hyundai i30 unveiled in a new avatar ahead of the Geneva Motor Show… Read full this story
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