Ashok Leyland showcases future of commercial vehicle industry at the Auto Expo 2023
The Company exhibited its robust portfolio of sustainable mobility solutions
Delhi, January 11, 2023: Ashok Leyland, an Indian flagship of the Hinduja Group and the country’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturer, today showcased seven advanced mobility solutions at the Auto Expo 2023.
The Company which has been a forerunner in introducing cutting-edge technologies, demonstrated its futuristic vehicle range, powered by electric and hydrogen options.
The products showcased at the Auto Expo 2023 are:
1. Battery Electric Vehicle
2. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle
3. Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) Vehicle
4. Liquefied Natural Gas Vehicle
5. Intercity CNG Bus
6. A mini passenger bus
Dheeraj Hinduja, Executive Chairman, Ashok Leyland, launching the new alternative energy products said, “Ashok Leyland has always been a pioneer in introducing state-of-the-art technologies in the commercial vehicle space. Through this futuristic and innovative product portfolio, we have once again demonstrated our technological leadership, and more importantly our commitment to the Clean Mobility Mission. The range of our new clean-energy products, covering both the truck and bus segments, underscores our capability and readiness to lead the transformation in the road transportation sector. We will remain deeply invested in the cause of sustainability, aspiring to lead the market with our new-generation commercial vehicles.”
Sharing his views, Shenu Agarwal, MD & CEO, Ashok Leyland commented, “We are delighted to showcase our offerings here at the Auto Expo 2023. The automotive sector has seen a wave of technological upgrade in the last two years with green fuel being the future of the industry. Having one of the best R&D teams in the country, we want to continue our path to innovate and leverage new technology to be a leader in sustainable and environment friendly mobility. Our aim is to make India's alternate fuel segment self-reliant and be one of the flag bearers of the ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ campaign.”