Maruti eVX Production Model Debut Likely At Bharat Mobility Show 2025

  • Likely to make its debut at Bharat Mobility Show 2025
  • WiIl rival Mahindra XUV400 and Tata Curvv
  • It will be based on the all-new architecture

Maruti eVX Production Model Debut Likely At Bharat Mobility Show 2025

Maruti Suzuki will finally enter the fast-growing electric vehicle category with an all-new electric SUV in 2025. The electric SUV will be the production version of the eVX concept that debuted at the 2023 Auto Expo. It was scheduled to be unveiled during festive season 2024; however, production-related issues pushed its debut to early 2025. We expect that the production version of the Maruti eVX electric SUV could be unveiled at the 2025 Bharat Mobility Show, which is scheduled in January.

Maruti eVX Launch Timeline

The launch of the Maruti eVX is likely to happen in the first quarter of 2025, around January-March. This electric SUV will be locally developed at Suzuki's Gujarat-based manufacturing plant and will be exported to select international markets including Europe and Japan. Toyota will also have its own version of the electric SUV, which has already debuted as the Urban SUV concept.

Specifications - Battery Pack, Range

Maruti Suzuki is aiming at a higher level of localisation to achieve competitive pricing. In fact, Maruti Suzuki and Toyota JV are looking at local assembly of battery packs and electric motors. The new electric SUV will be designed and developed on an all-new skateboard platform, which is jointly developed by Suzuki and Toyota. Internally known as 27PL, the new architecture is basically an affordable version of Toyota's global 40PL skateboard platform.

Dimensionally, the eVX concept is 4.3 meters long, 1.8 meters wide and 1.6 meters tall, and has a wheelbase of 2.7 meters. This Grand Vitara-sized electric SUV will rival the likes of the Mahindra XUV400, MG ZS EV and the upcoming Tata Curvv and the Hyundai Creta EV. It is likely to be offered with two battery pack options - a 48kWh and a 60kWh. The top-spec model will be packed with a 60kWh battery pack with an LFP blade cell and is expected to offer a range of up to 500km on a single charge. The smaller battery pack version is likely to offer a real-world range of up to 400km on a single charge.

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