Japan’s Suzuki Motor will start exporting EVs made at its Indian subsidiary Maruti Suzuki’s Gujarat plant to Japan as early as 2025, the Nikkei daily reported on Wednesday.In a step to make India its global electric car manufacturing hub, Suzuki will also consider supplying India-made EVs to partner Toyota Motor for European markets, the Nikkei said.”Suzuki will export EVs made in India to Japan as early as 2025. It plans to sell to Europe too under its own brand and it is also considering supplying to Toyota Motor for sale on the continent under a partnership it had formed with its Japanese peer. “If it does decide to supply to Toyota, those EVs will be sold under the Toyota brand,” the report said.Last year, the Japanese car maker announced Rs 10,440 crore investment in India to manufacture electric vehicles and BEV batteries. Of this, Rs 3100 crore will be invested to increase manufacturing capacity for electric vehicles at Suzuki Motor Gujarat in 2025, Rs 7300 crore for setting up a plant for manufacturing batteries for electric vehicles in 2026. The remaining resources will be utilised to set up a vehicle recycling plant by Maruti Suzuki Toyotsu in 2025, ET had reported earlier.Suzuki Motor Corporation had also signed a MoU with the State of Gujarat on 19 March 2022 at India-Japan Economic Forum held in New Delhi, India, in the presence of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.