Indonesian government is aiming to export 400,000 units car in this year,  15.6% rise compared to last year export (346,000 units). Industry minister Airlangga Hartarto revealed, the planned is in line with the growing demand from Southeast Asian countries (ASEAN) and the opening of new markets such as in Australia. After signed the comprehensive economic cooperation agreement between the two countries last March, the potential car exports to the kangaroo country has been opened, including an electric vehicle.

Hartarto is targeted that by 2030, Indonesia become the production base for both Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) and Electrified Vehicles for domestic and export markets. The government expect, 20% of the total production of new vehicles in Indonesia already use electric power by 2025.