Maruti Suzuki, India's biggest automaker, is set to eliminate vehicles that are solely powered by petrol within 7 to 10 years.

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The change occurs at the same time that Maruti the largest Indian automaker plans to revamp its offerings to align with green objectives.

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In the next 10 years, Maruti will convert all vehicles. There will not be cars that are pure gasoline. They will either be electric or powered by CNG and biofuels.

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Maruti Suzuki is also considering switching to strong hybrid engines to stay clear of pure petrol vehicles.

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Maruti Suzuki is currently using mild-hybrid technology in several models, such as the Ciaz, XL6, Ertiga, and the all-new 2022 Brezza small SUV.

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The mild-hybrid powertrain helps in the delivery of light torque in traffic and manages the idle start-stop feature.

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Maruti which stopped the production of vehicles powered by diesel in April 2020 has declared that it will not be launching an all-electric vehicle prior to 2025.

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Presently, electric vehicles are much more expensive than traditional gasoline-powered vehicles. The total electrification in this sector is anticipated to take a while.

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the most difficult issue is that over 60% of Indians are parked on roads, and only 20-25 percent of them have accessibility to charging stations.

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For electric vehicles, base charging is required at the office or in your home. infrastructure is required to deal with the issue of range anxiety.

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The Indian automobile maker also offers several models within its CNG portfolio and will be working on bio-CNG-compliant engines that will be smaller, less expensive models.

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