BYD India Inaugurates Its Passenger Vehicle Showroom In Jaipur

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BYD India, a subsidiary of BYD, an electric vehicle maker opens its new passenger vehicle showroom in Jaipur.

SKYY BYD will provide consumers in Jaipur access to BYD’s pure electric vehicles and high-quality services. With considerable experience in the automobile industry, SKYY BYD has an extensive reach with its business covering neighbouring regions, which allows the residents in Jaipur to access first-class products and sustainable automotive solutions within the city.

The showroom was inaugurated by Alop Mehta, Director of SKYY EVolution, Sanjay Gopalakrishnan, Senior Vice President of Electric Passenger Vehicle Business of BYD India, along with other senior officials.

Spreading across 3800 square feet, the showroom is located close to Jawahar Circle, equipped with well-trained associates, a multi-car display, an EV charging station and a customer lounge area, offering customers the best-in-class experience.

Sanjay Gopalakrishnan, Senior Vice President of Electric Passenger Vehicle Business of BYD India, stated, “The Jaipur region is one of the key markets for BYD India. The traction for electric vehicles is gaining momentum in Rajasthan, and we are delighted to be a part of the momentum to drive sustainability. We are thrilled to enter the state and happy to see consumers are focusing towards better and advanced technology, we believe that our products will be an apt choice and of particular interest.”

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Alop Mehta, Director of SKYY EVolution, said, “On the journey of strengthening our commitment towards carbon-free mobility, we are delighted to associate with BYD India and deepen our cooperation in Rajasthan and be part of the EV revolution in India. The demand for NEVs in the state of Rajasthan is set to go up significantly in the coming years as new car buyers are embracing greener technologies, all the while wanting increased safety features.”

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