Maruti eVX electric car spotted testing in India; Here’s what to expect

Maruti Suzuki is now testing its first electric vehicle, the eVX, on Indian roads as it prepares to launch in the country’s expanding electric vehicle market. As reported by HTAuto, in the most recent spotting, the eVX was seen near Gurugram carrying roughly six passengers along with other new details on the forthcoming EV. The company has already shown the eVX, which will be small in size, at several vehicle exhibitions in India and abroad. It is anticipated that the eVX will debut in India next year.

According to the most recent spy photo of the Maruti eVX that has been circulated on social media, the electric vehicle will probably receive alloy wheels that differ from the ones the manufacturer previously displayed. Unlike the 10-spoke alloy wheels shown with previous test units, the test mule featured in the pic has a five-spoke alloy wheel design. It is anticipated that the wheels will be at least 16 inches in size.


Further exterior features anticipated for the Maruti Suzuki eVX include LED headlamp and DRL units, an LED lightbar, a high-mounted stop lamp, a rear spoiler and a shark-fin antenna.

Maruti Suzuki previously announced that its first electric car will be built on a new electric skateboard platform. The battery size is projected to be approximately 60 kWh. Maruti had claimed that the eVX could travel up to 550 kilometres on a single charge.