Maruti Suzuki plans to regain its lost market share by September 2023

In a bid to regain its lost market share, Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest carmaker, plans to regain lost market share by September 2023, which has currently been reduced to 43.5% through an offensive product strategy centered on SUVs. This would address major portfolio gaps.

Starting this March 2022, Maruti Suzuki expects to launch four all-new SUVs across key categories, three of which are still unexploited and which include the Lifestyle category (Jimny), a midsize SUV and a 3-row premium SUV by March 2023, according to DAM Securities report.

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While many existing models will see updates, some new SUVs will be jointly developed by Toyota, its global alliance partner. These details were announced at a recent dealer conference.

Maruti Suzuki will continue to focus on alternative fuels (CNG), introducing another 3-4 major models within CNG, driving superior cost economy (and therefore strong cost-economics) and lower emissions, according to DAM Securities report.

It also seeks to offer a powerful hybrid with much lower emissions and to work on a large scale in EVs, which it plans to launch before 2025.

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