New Delhi, October 11
The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) witnessed a massive over two-fold drop in production last month owing to the shortage of semiconductor chips.
In a regulatory filing, the auto major reported total production of 81,278 units in September as compared with 1,66,086 units in September 2020.
"Production volume of the company in September 2021 was affected due to electronic components shortage," it noted.
MSI said total passenger vehicle production stood at 77,782 units last month, as against 1,61,668 units in September 2020. — PTI
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