The global automotive industry is on the verge of disruption. Technology-driven trends like electrification, shared mobility, connectivity and autonomous driving are leading the automotive industry to this disruption. Electrification or E-mobility an attractive solution to growing levels of vehicle pollution in urban areas is of particular importance to India today.
E-mobility refers to the development of electric-powered or electronic drive trains, and moving away from the traditional vehicle design that makes use of fossil fuels and oils. It encompasses fully electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles. The main goal of e-mobility is to produce more environment-friendly and efficient vehicles that also happen to meet new regulatory requirements set by governments and other law-setting bodies.
Government of India’s vision of 100% e-mobility by 2030 is a step towards reducing our carbon footprint and promise towards a more sustainable, greener, cleaner future.