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Bharat Mobility Expo 2024: Co-create the Future Automotive Value Chain and Learn from Giants!


The Bharat Transportation Global Expo, an exhibition showcasing the prospects of transportation, was held from February 1–3, 2024, in the Bharat Mandapam at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The expo served as an environment for the display of a broad spectrum of advanced automotive innovations.
It includes everything from car parts to electric-powered vehicle batteries and refueling technology, as well as different powertrains and revolutionary innovations like self-driving cars and urban transportation alternatives.

This is India’s first-ever international mobility exhibition. Under one roof, the whole transportation value chain is gathered at this worldwide expo. It’s more than just an event; it’s a prelude to Transportation beyond the future.

Maruti Suzuki
The eVX notion, a sneak peek at Maruti Suzuki India’s inaugural SUV for the Indian market, was revealed in late 2024. This SUV is a collaborative effort with Toyota, which plans to launch an updated version in 2019.
At the event, the Wagon R Flex Fuel was on exhibit alongside the eVX. The working model has a 1.2-litre gasoline engine that has been converted to operate on E20–E85 ethanol. Maruti’s dedication to investigating alternate fuel sources is demonstrated by the Wagon R Flex Fuel, which is still only in its development phase.

Royal Enfield
Royal Enfield has introduced a flex-fuel version of the well-liked Classic 350 at the Bharat Mobility Global Expo in Delhi. With approximately an 85% ethanol concentration, this variant can run on a gasoline and ethanol combination. With a 349cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine producing 20.2 horsepower at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm, coupled with a 5-speed transmission, the flex-fuel bike’s functional specs are equivalent to those of the normal Classic 350.

Honda Cars India
Thanks to Honda Cars India Limited (HCIL), the newly introduced SUV, the Honda Elevate, and the Honda City e:HEV are on display at the expo. The City e:HEV is equipped with robust two-motor hybrid technology, including three different driving powertrain modes: engine, hybrid, and electric vehicle.

A major priority for the Indian government and car manufacturers is mitigating the negative ecological effects of the expanding mobility market. As a consequence, emerging-age components like green steel and composites, next-generation alternative powertrains, car electrification, car scrappage policies, lowering greenhouse gas (GHG) innovations, and many other fields are experiencing an enormous spike in development. The Bharat Mobility Expo will make it possible for India and the rest of the globe to collaborate on shaping and reshaping the automobile sector.