The year-end Switch Mobility company has sold 300 buses and has 650 buses in its order book, as well as 1,200 in development for India, the company said in a press release.

EV Ashok Leyland plans to release a 12-meter bus in June this year and a new eLCV in India in early 2023. The company is also launching a 12-meter bus for the European market, which will be shown at the European Mobility Expo. in Paris in June. The product is part of the ODIN project, and the car is equipped with the latest NMC battery technology and digital features.

Mahesh Babu, CEO and CEO of Switch Mobility India and CEO of Switch Mobility, said: “Switch EV buses in India have traveled more than 7 million kilometers across the country, saving 4,500 tonnes of CO2, with significant operating times of over 97 per cent.”

In the year since its inception, the company has said it has expanded to nine facilities in three countries – the UK, Spain and India, in line with the company’s global growth strategy. In March, it set up production facilities in Valladolid, Spain, with support for a planned investment of 100 million euros over the next decade. This is expected to create 7,000 direct and indirect jobs in the region.

Switch also announced an investment of £ 300 million in April 2022 to set up a technical center in Warwick and a new office in Chennai, which will increase its staff to 4,000 in the UK and India in the medium term.

Andy Palmer, vice chairman and CEO of Switch Mobility, said: “In a highly competitive sector, Switch continues to grow, both in profile and market share. Our team of talented engineers has developed some of the most innovative vehicles and technologies currently available in the market that continue to grow rapidly. We got off to a good start in 2022, drawing on last year’s dynamics, and we have an exciting 12 months ahead with the development of our website in Spain and further product launches, including our latest project at the European Mobility Expo in June, and electric LCV in India. ”

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