How is this testing track? There are 14 types of testing tracks, where two wheelers, cars as well as heavy commercial vehicles will also be tested. This 11.3 km long track is 16 meters wide. Vehicles will be tested on flat, bumpy, wet, rocky, narrow and curved tracks, only after which they will get approval. Its shape is oval i.e. egg-like. Similar tracks have also been made in Germany, America and Italy.
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The cost came to be Rs. It took 3 years to build this high speed car testing track spread over 2960 acres. In which about 800 laborers and engineers contributed. If we talk about the cost of this testing track, then it has been completed for a total of Rs 512 crores.
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These cars will be tested – High speed category cars like Mercedes, Tesla, Audi, Ferrari, Lamborghini and BMW are tested here. Now testing of high speed two wheelers and heavy commercial vehicles will also be done. The biggest reason for making this track here is that there are 100 plants of automobile companies in Pithpur. Where companies like Volvo, Eicher, Hindustan Motors, Avtec, Mahindra, Force Motors manufacture their vehicles.