Google, one of India’s biggest technology firms, is expanding its fleet of rally cars to make it easier to get to the rally events from the car park.
The firm, which has been ramping up the number of rally events in India, said in a blog post that it had added more than 50,000 rally cars, including more than 15,000 on a daily basis.
It said its Rally Car Program has been extended to the UK and the US as well as Australia and New Zealand.
Google said its rally car program includes a range of vehicles that are able to carry up to a passenger, including cars that have a maximum seating capacity of up to seven passengers.
The blog post, titled “Traxxas Rally Car Car Program,” said that the new cars, which are now available for purchase, will help boost the number and range of rally-ready cars that are being manufactured in India.
“Our Rally Car program has been expanded to include more than 40,000 cars on a regular basis to cater to the growing demand for rally-specific cars in India,” the blog post said.
Traxxa, India’s third largest carmaker, said that it has invested more than Rs 50 crore in the program and will soon have a fully assembled Rally Car.
The Rally Car Project is being run by Tata Motors India, a subsidiary of Tata Motors Group, a group that includes Tata Motors, Mahindra Group and Mahindras.
The company said that, while it has been providing rally cars in the past, the company is now the first in India to offer them for sale.
Traxas has said that in its last three years, the number in the US has risen from 30,000 to more than 120,000, and the number there is expected to rise to 200,000 this year.
“We are now in the early stage of ramping this up, which is going to help in building the capacity for this to happen,” the company said.