Maruti Suzuki India Limited has produced over 2.5 crore (25 million) units in total. Maruti Suzuki is the only Indian company to have reached this important milestone in passenger vehicle production.
Maruti Suzuki began operations in 1983, with its first manufacturing plant in Gurugram, Haryana. Today, the Company operates two cutting-edge manufacturing facilities in Haryana: Gurugram and Manesar. Both facilities are capable of producing 1.5 million units per year.
Maruti Suzuki won many hearts and became a household name with its first car, the iconic M800. Over time, the Company adapted to changing customer and environmental needs and expanded its capability to offer feature-rich, technologically advanced, and environmentally friendly vehicles.
Mr. Hisashi Takeuchi, Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki, said, “2022 marks 40 years of Suzuki’s partnership with the people of India. Crossing of 25 million cumulative production milestone this year is a testimony of Suzuki’s continued commitment and partnership with the people of India. I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to all employees of Maruti Suzuki, our vendor partners and dealer partners. It is with their commitment and support that Maruti Suzuki has been able to fulfil the dreams of millions of people to own a car. Going forward, we will continue to work towards our goal of offering ‘Joy of Mobility’ for all. For this we will introduce new exciting, feature rich and environment friendly products in the market. Anticipating growing demand for passenger vehicles, we have also started work on setting up a new manufacturing facility in Kharkhoda, Haryana.”
The Company’s manufacturing facilities, as well as its extensive ecosystem of multi-tier suppliers and dealers, make significant contributions to the economy, society, and nation-building. In line with the Government of India’s Make-in-India vision, the Company has increased its exports over the years. Maruti Suzuki currently offers 16 passenger vehicle models to its customers in India and exports to approximately 100 markets worldwide.
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