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MAHLE to produce electric traction motors for two and three wheelers in India

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The MAHLE Group is consistently implementing its dual strategy and further expanding its position as a systems provider for alternative drive concepts. In India, the group has increased its holding in the former joint venture MAHLE Letrika Roots India from 50 to 90%.

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The future unit, MAHLE Electric Drives India, based in Coimbatore in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, will initially focus on the development and production of electric traction motors and control units for the new and promising market segments of electric two and three-wheelers. The first components are expected to leave the production line as early as April 2020. Activities in this area are to be extended to other vehicle segments in the future.

The increase in the shareholding in MAHLE Letrika Roots India comes at a strategically favorable time: in summer 2019, the Indian government announced its plans for a comprehensive subsidy programme that will drive forward the expansion of e-mobility in India. For MAHLE, this opens up new opportunities for further sustainable growth in this important market in the future.

In quantitative terms, India is the world's biggest market for twoand three-wheelers. Like many European and Asian countries, India is currently actively driving the transition to alternative drive concepts with the electrification of its vehicle segments.


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