Five official distributors of automotive brands consisting of Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan, FUSO, Isuzu and Toyota, have agreed to join forces in an effort to popularize electrified vehicles in Indonesia by experimenting a collaborative demonstration of an electrification ecosystem in Bali. The initiative, named the EV Smart Mobility – Joint Project, aims not only to support the Indonesian government in accelerating carbon emission reduction, but also to expand the introduction and popularization of electrified vehicles as one of the keys of future mass mobility, and to further revitalize the tourism industry sector in Indonesia through ecotourism. The EV Smart Mobility – Joint Project is also expected to support Indonesia’s leadership role within the 2022 G20 meetings, which will be conducted in Bali as well.The EV Smart Mobility – Joint Project is a form of contribution from 5 automotive brands to take a role in efforts to accelerate carbon emissions reduction in the Indonesian automotive industry. These makers are developing multi-pathways to expand options for reduced emissions transportation. The participating brands have proven technology in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles, battery electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles which are powered by electricity, and hybrid electric vehicles which combine EV and conventional internal combustion engine technology to reduce carbon emission without charging. Even ICEs may contribute to carbon reduction through the utilization of biofuel.This multi-pathway approach aims to make reduced emission vehicles accessible at a large scale, preparing a wide range of options matching different usage conditions, renewable energy sources, various level of charging infrastructure readiness, and customer needs. With this approach, many more customers can contribute to participate in reducing carbon emissions with no one left behind. This EV Smart Mobility – Joint Project of BEV/PHEV demonstration testing is positioned as a part of the total initiative to pave a solid foundation for electrification in Indonesia.