Hyundai Motor India Ltd records 1341 units of exports sales in April
Hyundai India has recorded an exports sales of 1341 units in the month of April and domestic sales stand nil because of the nationwide lockdown caused by Coronavirus pandemic. The export shipping process was conducted while taking all preventive measures and safety guidelines set by the government to ensure protection for everyone.
Last month, the company recorded 26300 units in domestic sales and 5979 units in exports sales. That makes a combined total of 32279 units including the domestic and export output. If we compare the April figures with March, we can see a drastic decline in the output. And the courtesy goes to the nationwide lockdown initiated to curb the spread of COVID-19. Maruti Suzuki has also recorded zero sales in the month of April and many manufacturers will be experiencing a similar situation even after the lockdown is lifted. It will be a slow and gradual curve to normalcy.
Manufactures like Ducati, Mercedes, and BMW have already launched their online portal to help customers browse and purchase vehicles by staying at home. These online services will further strengthen the social distancing initiative taken to minimize the risk of contracting the Coronavirus.
However, the lockdown has been extended by two weeks with some relaxation in the orange and green zones. Manufacturers are also launching sanitation and disinfection services for their customers after the lockdown is lifted. This will keep the customers at ease regarding their safety and protection while travelling after the lockdown is over.
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