'Progressively, we aim to offer Maruti Suzuki Subscribe in 40-60 cities in the next 2-3 years,' Srivastava noted.
The company is seeking to further boost demand with its offer after the recent leave travel concession (LTC) cash voucher scheme announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
It was launched with an aim to nurture innovation in the automobile and mobility sector in partnership with GHV Accelerator in January 2019.
When asked by when the company would reach a pre-COVID-19 level in terms of sales and production, Srivastava said there is still a long way to go to reach normal figures.
The CNG variant of WagonR has surpassed 3 lakh units in sales, making it the most successful CNG car across all passenger vehicle segments, MSI said in a statement.
Customers can select subscription duration ranging from 12 months to 48 months and pay a monthly subscription charge starting Rs 14,463.
The carmaker continue to bet big on Utility Vehicles to increase its share in the Indian four-wheeler market.
Passenger vehicles production stood at 1,21,381 units last month as compared to 1,10,214 units in August 2019, a growth of 10 per cent.
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In the next two years, he said the Indian auto sector will focus on 'building the nation responsibly, through sound development of the industry.'
Experts said demand for smaller cars and two-wheelers will continue to remain high as more and more people are opting for personal mobility over public transport amidst coronavirus outbreak.
Bhargava said there can be no two opinions on the way to go forward for growing the manufacturing sector and there needs to be national consensus on this.
Early-stage startups will get incubation support and a chance for potential partnership with Maruti Suzuki to fast-track the growth of their venture.
Toyota’s Glanza is 20 kilos heavier in the kerb weight department when compared to Baleno and that makes the car sturdier.
'Alto is India's first entry level car to become BS-VI compliant coupled with the latest crash and pedestrian safety regulation,' Maruti Suzuki claimed.
MSI Executive Director (Sales and Marketing) Shashank Srivastava said the petrol S-Cross would help the company in increasing its market share in the utility vehicle segment.