eVX will be the first all-electric SUV from Suzuki and it was already on display at the Auto Expo 2023 in Delhi earlier this year.
The interior of the Maruti Suzuki eVX EV has been revealed digitally. The country’s largest car manufacturer has not yet embraced the electric vehicle (EV) trend. The company believes that without achieving enough production volumes, it doesn’t currently present a strong business case for the largest carmaker in the country. Nonetheless, they have plans to enter the electric car market, and this is where the EVX comes into play. The global unveiling would occur sometime next year, with a potential market launch in 2025. Here are the details of the interior of the EV.
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Maruti Suzuki eVX EV Interior
The images show a clear glimpse of what lies inside the EV. Sure, this is a concept and the interior design reflects just that. There is a free-standing single-piece screen on the dashboard which does the duties of being the driver’s instrument cluster and the car’s infotainment display, the AC vents are quite unique which wrap around the dashboard in a vertical orientation, and the steering wheel look like it has been taken out of a video game, the centre console boasts a free-flowing design with plenty of use of touch screens and almost no physical button, the side door panels also boast a futuristic look completing the minimalist design language. It certainly looks more tech-savvy and modern.
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Although there is no official confirmation at this time, the eVX could come with a 60 kWh battery pack capable of powering either a single-motor setup for a 2WD configuration or a dual-motor setup for AWD. This setup could deliver peak power ranging from 138 to 170 hp. Of particular significance, the range could be approximately 550 km. Additionally, the vehicle’s dimensions might be around 4,300 mm in length, 1,800 mm in width, and 1,600 mm in height, featuring a segment-leading wheelbase. However, we will need to wait a bit longer for official confirmation of these specifications.
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What We Think
Maruti Suzuki may not be the first to enter the electric vehicle market, but it is determined to glean insights from other automakers about customer preferences and the challenges they face. This strategic approach is often referred to as the “last-mover’s advantage.” Maruti Suzuki has the opportunity to avoid the same pitfalls others may have encountered. Given the prevailing market trend toward SUVs, it is logical for the company to kickstart its foray into eco-friendly vehicles with an electric SUV. Furthermore, success in the EV market hinges on providing a product with cutting-edge features, an impressive range, and affordable pricing.