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The GESITS electric motorcycle is the first electric motorcycle assembled by ITS. GESITS is the product of collaborative research between ITS and PT Garansindo, an electric vehicle industry. Currently, this electric motorcycle is in massive production to produce 50 thousand units and will be in the marketplace in 2018.
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- As such, the review was triggered in part by the realisation by some of the company’s engineers and executives that it was losing the factory cost war to Tesla on EVs.
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- Two years later, Indonesian automotive industry managed to penetrate Australian market, marking a significant step toward the revival of Indonesian automotive products that adhere to international quality requirements.
Indonesia is facing a severe energy issue, particularly in fuel oil for the transportation sector. ITS as a green-university also strives to innovate economic automotive product. ITS’ initiative to create an electric car, GESITS, and Sapu Angin has gained international acknowledgment since these cars won many international competitions.
Car manufacturers are aware of high MPV demand in Indonesia and therefore continue to launch new models. With functionality in check, manufacturers now particularly focus on improving the design of the MPV to entice Indonesian consumers. In terms of market size, Indonesia is the biggest car market in Southeast Asia and ASEAN. Indonesia accounts for about one-third of total annual car sales in ASEAN, followed by Thailand on second position.
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Such a move is not uncommon as Honda has also reverted to physical buttons in the past. This was seen in the Honda Civic FC with the return of physical volume controls on its steering wheel in the 2020 facelift model, replacing the touch-sensitive units first seen in the 2016 model. Previous spyshots also point out what could be horizontal LED daytime running light strips in that space, which we can roughly see in the image. The rest of the MPV is shrouded in darkness but we should expect a shape that is generally similar to the outgoing Innova to fit three rows of seats.
When it comes to autonomous driving and e-drive, connectivity serves as the basis for added-value functionalities. The B2B mobility service portfolio including fleet management, vehicle services such as OTA diagnosis and OTA updates is growing sustainably. The same is true for consumer functions such as internet radio and mapping services. For connected products of the future, we develop and test individual components and systems (hardware & software). When it comes to automotive buying and service experiences, values are something customers won’t negotiate. Our Automotive practice is at the forefront of the complex challenges and opportunities of buying into better, so consumers don’t just know your values—they embrace them.
China’s auto market will experience an unprecedented transformation in the next few years. Given this tide of the times, both traditional and new industry players need to grasp the consumer psychology and promote business fast and accurately. Its investment is part of the company’s growth strategy and long-term plan towards building its global market share in the electric two-wheeler segment, said Eve Energy. Chinese battery manufacturer Eve Energy will be constructing a battery production plant in Malaysia to supply local Malaysian and other Southeast Asian customers, CNEVPost reported.