Honda Cars India Touches 2 Million Production Mark

Mobility Outlook Bureau
07 Nov 2022
12:37 PM
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Occasion marked by rollout of the City from Rajasthan plant


Honda Cars India has announced reaching the two million cumulative production mark since it began operations in 1997. The company has invested over INR 10,000 crore thus far.

The 2,000,000th car which rolled out from its Tapukara plant in Rajasthan was the City sedan. The brand has been going strong for the past 25 years even while Honda has had its share of challenges in growing its market share.

According to a press release, the milestone event was attended by senior leadership from Honda’s Regional Office including Hiroshi Tokutake, Executive Vice President, Asian Honda Motor and Katsuhiro Kaneda, Director, Asian Honda Motor, along with the HCIL management team.

Takuya Tsumura, President & CEO, Honda Cars India, said, “Our state-of-the-art manufacturing operations in India are equipped to manufacture automobiles and components of global quality standards for supply to both domestic and export markets.”

The company’s current product lineup consists of the City, Amaze, Jazz and WR-V. It has now confined operations to a single plant after closing down its Greater Noida facility, from where it had begun operations in India.

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