• Maruti Suzuki, the Indian unit of Suzuki Motor Corporation, has unveiled a concept electric SUV called ‚eVX‘ at the Auto Expo 2023.
• The new EV boasts a driving range of up to 550 km and is powered by a 60kWh battery pack and “safe battery technology.”
• The company displays a range of eco-friendly products, emphasizing its vision of committing to “bring new products, technologies, investments and set up new facilities in India.”
At the Auto Expo 2023, Maruti Suzuki, the Indian unit of Suzuki Motor Corporation, unveiled its concept electric SUV, the ‘eVX’. The show, which has returned after three years, showcased a range of eco-friendly products from the Japanese multinational corporation, emphasizing its vision of committing to “bring new products, technologies, investments and set up new facilities in India.”
The Concept eVX was developed by Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan and designed on an all-electric SUV platform. It boasts a driving range of up to 550 km and is powered by a 60kWh battery pack and “safe battery technology.” The company aims to launch the new electric SUC in the summer of 2023.
At the launch, the Suzuki Motor Corporation Representative Director and President Toshihiro Suzuki talked about the company’s plans for the new product. He said that the company would collaborate with the Indian government in order to set up the necessary infrastructure for electric vehicles. He also revealed that the company plans to expand its research and development wing in India in order to develop electric vehicles tailored to the Indian market.
The company also plans to provide its customers with a wide range of after-sales services and offers, such as maintenance and battery rental services. The company has also announced that it will set up a network of charging stations across India to ensure that customers have access to the necessary infrastructure.
Maruti Suzuki’s Concept eVX is a step towards the company’s vision of making electric vehicles more accessible and affordable in India. The company’s efforts for electric mobility in India will go a long way in helping the nation achieve its goal of reducing carbon emissions and transitioning to a greener future.