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Electric cars only! M&M inks MoU with Bhutan

“It’s a great opportunity for us. It’s the start of a new journey for M&M where we want to be present with the entire range,” Pawan Goenka, ED & President-Automotive Biz, M&M said. Ronojoy Banerjee Reporter, CNBC-TV18 More about the Expert… 1 11 1 Google +0 0 Comments (4) Cheap Electric Cars Sale. : Up to 60% Off Cheap Electric Cars. Compare New Deals of March 2014. shopcompare.net – Ads by Google India Business Hour 09:00 pm The little Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan has taken a giant step towards sustainable mobility banning sale of cars altogether to protect the environment. The only exception the government has made is for electric cars. The move has given a big boost to M&M that has so far seen tepid sales of its small electric car the e2o in India to diversify into the kingdom nation. Bhutan is a mystical land straight out of fantasy books. And so one way in which the government has been able to preserve the picturesque setting around is by discouraging sale of cars — which they believe has not only protected the environment and ecosystem, but has also reduced the dependence of Bhutan on imported fuel. The cars that one would see here are all pre 2012 models because that is when the ban on buying new cars came in. It’s only in November 2013 that the new government under prime minster Tshering Tobgay lifted the ban, but only for electric vehicles.

The little Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan has taken a giant step towards sustainable mobility banning sale of cars altogether to protect the environment. The only exception the government has made is for electric cars. The move has given a big boost to M&M that has so far seen tepid sales of its small electric car the e2o in India to diversify into the kingdom nation. Bhutan is a mystical land straight out of fantasy books. And so one way in which the government has been able to preserve the picturesque setting around is by discouraging sale of cars — which they believe has not only protected the environment and ecosystem, but has also reduced the dependence of Bhutan on imported fuel. The cars that one would see here are all pre 2012 models because that is when the ban on buying new cars came in. It’s only in November 2013 that the new government under prime minster Tshering Tobgay lifted the ban, but only for electric vehicles.
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