Auto Skoda the semi sports utility vehicle Kushaq is now being exported by Volkswagen India, the firm announced on Monday.
The organisation that oversees the Indian market for five Volkswagen Group brands Skoda, Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, and Lamborghini has begun exporting left-hand-drive Kushaqs to Arab Gulf Cooperation Council nations.
Volkswagen Taigun and Virtus exporting was started in September by Skoda Auto Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd.
The third made-in-India vehicle to be sold this year is the Skoda Kushaq. Piyush Arora, managing director of SAVWIPL, stated in a release that the customer expectation and performance of all our exports show our worldwide quality standards.
With 6,256 Volkswagen Ventos made in India for the South African market, SAVWIPL began its export programme in 2011.
Since that time, 44 countries in South America, Central America, Africa, the Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia, the AGCC nations, and the Caribbean have joined the company's export market, which has grown gradually over the years.
Nearly 5.5 lakh cars have already been exported from India by the group.
SAVWIPL's top export destinations at the moment are Mexico, South Africa, ASEAN nations, and nations in Central America.