General Motors India has issued a statement saying that the company has exported 7661 Chevrolet Beat vehicles in September 2016 to markets in Central and South America, of which, 7254 units were exported to Mexico alone.
“We are proud of our hardworking and professional employees, who can celebrate this milestone for the highest number of exports for Beat,” said Srini Rajagopalan, Vice President, Planning and Exports, GM India.
Among other global manufacturing locations, the Beat is produced at GM India’s manufacturing facility at Talegaon, Maharashtra. Badged the Spark outside India, the Beat is available in more than 70 markets worldwide and is claimed to have sold over one million units. GM India exports the left hand drive Beat to countries like Mexico, Chile, Peru, Central American and Caribbean Countries (CAC), Uruguay and Argentina.
“This milestone is a testament to our commitment to provide the highest quality standards to global customers from our state-of-the-art Talegaon plant. Whether it is in India or anywhere else in the world, General Motors follows the highest quality standards in its manufacturing processes providing same high-quality vehicles that customers in India and around the world expect and deserve,” added Srini.