Update for EV enthusiasts. BYD India opens its second showroom.

BYD India, the Indian arm of BYD has inaugurated it’s second showroom in Hyderabad for its passenger vehicles. The showroom shall be managed by KUN BYD, the sole authorised BYD dealers in Chennai. The new 4600 sqft showroom is conveniently located in Gachibowli, which already is home to many other car brands. The showroom is meant to let potential customers & EV enthusiasts experience what BYD has to offer in India. This includes the All-New e6 pictured below. According to BYD reps, over 500 of the All-New e6, termed by the company as India’s First Premium Electric MPV, have already been delivered to customers.

BYD India All New e6, Premium Electric MPV
BYD India All New e6, Premium Electric MPV

One can also experience the BYD-ATTO 3 at the showroom, which is pictured below alongside Mr. Sanjay Gopalakrishnan, on the left, who is the Senior Vice President of Electric Passenger Vehicle Business of BYD India & Mr. U. Venkatesh, on the right, who is the Chairman of the KUN Group.

BYD India's BYD-ATTO 3 at their new Hyderabad showroom launch.
BYD India’s BYD-ATTO 3 at their new Hyderabad showroom launch

BYD India’s plan is to expand quickly to leverage India’s rising interest in electric vehicles. Their plan is to open 24 showrooms across 21 cities in India by the end of this year and then expand to at least 53 showrooms by the end of 2023. More products and technologies for the Indian market will be displayed at the Auto Expo 2023. BYD India is being strategically grown into BYD’s South Asian HQ of sorts, to help implement their “Cool the Earth by 1°C” initiative. BYD India currently has two factories, covering more than 140,000 sqm, with a cumulative investment of over $200 million. The business covers mobile components, battery energy storage, electric buses, electric trucks, electric forklifts, etc.

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