Besides, the company will also export the auto parts of Kwid to Brazil by the end of the month. "After that we will export Kwid to the Saarc countries such as Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka. If the demand is right then we will also export the car to Africa," Renault's Chairman of Africa-Middle East-India Region Bernard Cambier said.
When asked about the time frame, he said the export to the Saarc countries will start in the coming months, while export of auto parts to Brazil will begin by the end of this month.
To gear up for the demand, Renault is expanding its facility for Kwid and will increase the capacity from the present 8,000 units per month to 10,000 units, Renault's India Country CEO and Managing Director Sumit Sawhney said.