Maruti Suzuki India, India’s leading passenger vehicle manufacturer, is reportedly planning to invest other Rs 1900 crore till March 2019 on enhancing the R&D centre in Rohtak, Haryana for cutting time of new product development and to expand infrastructure for evaluating vehicles' safety. The automaker has already invested around Rs 1,900 crore on the first phase of development at the R&D centre that houses various facilities, including vehicle testing and evaluation labs.
The company has reported a jump of 27.1% in total sales at 144,396 units in January 2017. This includes 133,934 units in domestic market and 10,462 units of exports. It had sold a total of 113,606 units in January 2016. On the other hand, the company has also reported 32.61% rise in its production to 153,541 units in January 2017 as compared to 115,783 units in January 2016.