Japanese two-wheeler maker Yamaha on Sunday said it will introduce scooters in the Indian market in order to tap the potential in segment.

The company is currently conducting a feasibility study on the scooter market, which is expected to be complete by the middle of this year.

“We are studying the market to enter the scooter segment, but we have not finalised the product line yet. However, we will launch scooters in India,” India Yamaha Motor National Business Head Pankaj Dubey told PTI at the 10th Auto Expo here.

The feasibility study is focusing on areas such as the model to be introduced and possible timeframe of launching the product in the country, he added.

“We are evaluating whether a model from our existing global scooter portfolio will be launched here or a completely new product will be developed for the Indian market,” he said, adding that the company is also evaluating whether Yamaha would focus on premium or mass market product.

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