The Indian Automobile Industry is ready to accept the challenge of meeting BS VI emission norms by 2020. The task is a stiff one, but Indian Auto Industry is ready to tackle the challenges of rising concerns on vehicle pollution, specially in metro cities.
This was stated by Society of Indian Automobile Industry President, Vinod Dasari in a press release today. He said, "India has been the fastest at adopting new safety and emission norms. This leap frog would make India the first country in the world to accomplish such an accelerated progression in vehicular emission norms".
But Dasari cautioned that once the auto industry has chosen the path of reducing the emission there is no looking back. He also hopes that oil industry will also support the cause by providing required fuel on a country wise basis as per the new timeline.
Dasari also said that the Indian Automobile industry is fully committed to implement BS IV norms across the country from 1st of April 2017 and was waiting for the availability of the fuel on a pan India basis.