Open for partnerships in electric vehicle space: Ashok Leyland
Updated : April 14, 2019 12:41 PM IST
In the traditional internal combustion engine segment, the Hinduja group flagship firm, however, would like to go on in its own, having built a strong portfolio of engines over the years.
One of the foremost reasons for keeping the option open for collaboration in the EV segment is to keep development costs under control, said Ashok Leyland chairman Dheeraj Hinduja.
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