Skoda Auto Volkswagen India confirmed that it had begun export of Volkswagen T-Cross from the country. The units that are exported are scheduled for Mexico after they leave Mumbai.
The Volkswagen T-Cross is the first of the vehicles built on the MQB A0-IN platform, which will be exported out of India the company announced in an announcement. First batch 1,232 Volkswagen T-Cross units are being delivered .
The vehicles manufactured by the company’s factories in India are built to the same high quality standards that the automaker’s global standards the world over.
In addition to facilitating expansion in the Indian market, the MQB-A0-IN flexible platform will play an important part for expanding its export reach, he explained. “With this milestone in exports and this milestone, we are able to further demonstrate our commitment to providing the latest technology in vehicles for export for export to as well as from India.
SAVWIPL launched its export program in the year 2011, with the purchase of 6,256 units of the Volkswagen Vento to its South African market. Since it the market for exports of the company has been growing slowly to help build the SAVWIPL Group’s Made in India presence in more than 61 countries in South America, Central America, Africa, the Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia, GCC countries, as well as countries in the Caribbean region.
SAVWIPL has sold more than 5,45,653 vehicles until the end of December 2021. Mexico is the biggest import market of SAVWIPL and is followed by South Africa and Central American countries (Columbia, Ecuador, Argentina) as well as ASEAN countries.
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