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EV sales in India to go up by 40 per cent to 1.75 million units in FY 2024

0EV sales in India surged significantly in the fiscal year 2023-24, reaching 17,52,406 units, marking a robust 40.31 per cent increase on a year-on-year (YoY) basis. As per the report by JMK Research Analytics, this growth was predominantly driven by the two-wheeler and three-wheeler segments.

Edited By: Saumya Nigam @snigam04 New Delhi Published on: June 12, 2024 12:40 IST
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India's Electric Vehicle (EV) sales have reportedly grown by 17,52,406 units in FY 2023-24, stating a growth of 40.31 per cent on a Year-on-Year (YoY) basis. As per the report by JMK Research Analytics, the growth in EV sales was led by two-wheelers and three-wheelers, which contributed 94 per cent to the total sales.

EV two-wheelers sales were up 29 per cent on a YoY basis to 10,09,356 units. This category's contribution to the total electric vehicle sales stood at 57.60 per cent.

In EV three-wheelers, which include passenger and cargo vehicles, sales increased by 56 per cent to 6,34,969 units on a YoY basis.

According to the report, "Lower running cost, increasing logistics demand and last-mile connectivity are the key factors for growth in this segment."

The electric car segment sales have reportedly shot up by 82 per cent on a YoY basis, which further registering sales of 99,085 units in FY 2024.

Electric bus sales soared to 3,708 units in FY2024 with a growth of 85 per cent on a YoY basis.

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