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French firm Citroen to enter Indian mass market EV space by 2022, to launch flexi-fuel cars next year


The car will compete with the existing Mahindra E-KUV-100 as well as Tata Motors’ HBX small SUV and Renault’s Kwid EV which are likely to come with electric powertrains in the next 12-24 months. (Representative image)

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Groupe PSA is working on a mass market small electric SUV codenamed eCC21, which is likely to be priced around Rs 8 lakh and hit the Indian roads in 2022, probably before Hyundai brings the first car under the Korean company’s Smart EV project.

Mumbai: French carmaker Groupe PSA is planning to focus on cleaner fuel including electric powertrain and SUVs for its Citroen brand to carve a space for itself in the highly competitive Indian passenger vehicle market.Groupe PSA is working on a mass market small electric SUV codenamed eCC21, which is likely to be priced around Rs 8 lakh and hit the Indian roads in 2022, probably before Hyundai brings the first car under the Korean company’s

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