Emphasising its commitment and contribution to India's mission to become a major manufacturing hub, MG Motor India will invest in advanced clean technologies, including hydrogen fuel cells and cell manufacturing, as well as bolster local manufacturing of EV parts through JVs or third-party manufacturing.
Rajeev Chaba, the CEO Emeritus of MG Motor India, further underscored the India roadmap and said, "MG India’s unwavering dedication to India is deeply ingrained in our ethos. As we pave the way for our next phase of sustainable growth, we have outlined a clear roadmap and vision for 2028. Our growth strategy is centred around strengthening localisation, aligning more closely with the government’s 'Make in India' initiative while innovatively augmenting our promise consistently, and diligently meeting the evolving needs of the market."
Chaba further emphasised the company's commitment to making a positive impact on society, saying, "At MG Motor India, we are resolute in our commitment to fostering meaningful change. We are dedicated to investing in our talented workforce and nurturing the young talent of India through initiatives like the MG Nurture programme. Under this, we envision collaborating with 50 institutes to train 1,00,000 students on the latest technologies such as EV, connected cars and ADAS systems.”
In addition, Chaba highlighted the company's focus on promoting gender diversity, stating, "We recognise the immense value of diversity. We have achieved a 37% gender diversity within our workforce, and we are aiming for a 50% diversity across various roles within our organisation."
The company aims to develop 1,00,000 students under its MG Nurture programme who shall be trained in EV, ADAS, and Connected Car technologies. The trained and skilled talent will be future-ready in order to cater to the increased demands of manufacturing next-generation cars.