Major motor vehicle companies are hit hard economically due to the Coronavirus outbreak and lockdown. Popular brand Maruti Suzuki India had zero sales in the domestic market, including sales to OEM but managed to export 632 units.
India's second-largest carmaker, Hyundai Motor India said that it also sold zero units in April during the lockdown domestically but managed to export 1,341 units.
Due to lockdown, Mahindra & Mahindra reported a massive decline of 98% in its total vehicle sales in April 2020 to 733 units and last year, a total of 43,721 units were sold by them.
Toyota India also reported that they didn't get to sell anything in April due to the lockdown. Before the lockdown, they sold 7,023 cars and exported 999 units of Etios model.