Oppo is ready to dominate the Indian market by making electric cars in 2024

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BBK Electronics, which houses smartphone brands such as Oppo, is working on electric vehicles in India. BBK and Oppo have applied for trademarks for various car products, including electric cars and auto pilot cars in India.

Oppo, which is famous for making selfie smartphones, is now preparing to launch an e-bike or electric car. The Chinese company plans to launch its vehicles in India towards the end of 2023 or early 2024.

Unfortunately, no technical or hardware details have been revealed about the Oppo EV as of now, but it’s possible in the future that the company may showcase in more detail as Oppo’s electric vehicle progresses in the near future.

It remains to be seen whether Oppo will partner with third-party makers for production or just outsource components and manufacture the EV in-house. It will be interesting to see what a smartphone giant like Oppo will bring with regards to electric vehicles.

Then the reason Oppo is eyeing the Indian market in producing electric vehicles is because the electric car segment in India experienced a surprising growth of 234 percent. Sales figures during the first semester (April-September) were recorded at 6,261 units, higher than the previous year’s 5,905 units.

Thus the electric car sales figure for the Indian market reached 1,872 units, which is a huge growth of 234 percent year-on-year. There is also a growing interest in electric scooters in India following the launch of products called Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro. Which makes some companies want to launch affordable electric scooters in India.

Previously Xiaomi also came in the electric vehicle segment. Along with Xiaomi, whose smartphones are the best-selling Redmi and Mi brands in India. Xiaomi has also now launched its second car company known as Xiaomi Automobile Technology Co., Ltd.

The company is currently registered with the Chinese government, with a registered capital of 1 billion yuan. Xiaomi founder Lei Jun recently revealed that the two companies are expected to start mass-producing their own EVs in the first half of 2024.

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