"Apart from this addition, we also plan on expanding the component exports in 2018," a General Motors India spokesperson told PTI.
The company currently exports body panels and engines to Vietnam and Cambodia.
The official, however, declined to specify the markets that the company plans to target for components exports.
Elaborating on the vehicle exports from India, the spokesperson said that the company is focused on ensuring that it produces high-quality vehicles for export markets.
"Our exports have tripled over the past year and we are very pleased with the acceptance of our products in the export markets," the official said.
"GM India worked directly with its dealers to ensure a smooth transition to the Chevrolet Authorised Service Operation (ASO) network and in this process, we have settled the closure of all dealer sales agreements by December 31, 2017," the spokesperson said.
Last year various company dealers had protested on account of inadequate compensation packages being offered to them.
"We continue to operate every function that supports all the aspects of operations of our ASO network; these include the technical assistance centre, field engineers, training organisations and the field team," the spokesperson said.
The company is also maintaining a dedicated customer assistance centre to support its customers, the spokesperson added.
"In addition, we continue to operate parts procurement, warehousing and distribution to ensure smooth parts supply for Chevrolet vehicles in India," the official said.
Based on current planning the automaker is taking all measures to ensure availability of spare parts, generally in the market for at least 10 years, the official added.