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The Hindustani automaker will make its India debut in 2019.
The Hindustans Hindusthan Power Ltd.
(HPPL) will be the brand new brand nameplate of the Hindsabha.
The company will be launched as a hybrid powertrain, which is a step ahead of other hybrid electric vehicles.
The company has been developing a hybrid electric vehicle for around a year now.
The new model will be built at its factory in Kanpur, Kanpur state, in collaboration with the Tata Group.
The car will be sold with a range of 320km and a combined capacity of around 7,000bhp.
The range is also going to be increased by about 100km for the first time.
HPPl will be based on the hybrid powertrains of the Tata Motors and Toyota Hybrid.
The new model, which has a new roof and a new rear-end design, will be priced from Rs 7,500-8,000.
It will have a range from 1,800km to 3,500km, and will be equipped with an electric motor, which can be switched on and off at will.
“HPP will be a hybrid vehicle that will compete with the best of the best in the segment,” said Ramesh Duggal, CEO of HPPL.
HPPl has already received a tender for the production of the car from the state government.
The state government has yet to make a final decision on the car.
As per the state transport department, the HPP will start operations in 2019, and the company is aiming to sell the car by 2020.