The complete rundown of the five upcoming electric SUV launches in India.

This year, automakers plan to introduce a wide selection of new electric SUVs to the Indian market, catering to the needs of EV buyers. This will shift the game for this demanding SUV segment and provide fierce rivalry for the competitors.

Maruti Suzuki eVX:

The new Maruti Suzuki eVX is the brand-new electric SUV that Maruti is introducing to the Indian market. The Japanese automaker will be offering its first electric vehicle with a futuristic design and a slew of cutting-edge technological features. This SUV is anticipated to be equipped with a 60-kWh battery pack and be able to go 550 km on a single charge, making it the most practical SUV on offer. With Maruti’s state-of-the-art technology, consumers can anticipate a highly dependable and futuristic electric SUV that launches later this year. This will have a noticeable effect on the EV market.

Tata Curvv:

This year, Tata plans to launch a completely new SUV on the market. The automaker’s first vehicle based on a coupe-like style and design language, akin to the new Tata Cars era, will be the Curvv SUV. Tata Motors will first offer this model as an all-electric vehicle, with an internal combustion engine (ICE) variant to follow. The Acti.ev architecture from Tata will serve as the foundation for the New Curvv Ev, which will offer an amazing 400–600 km* range on a single charge. The Curvv Ev would likely cost between 20 and 25 lakhs (ex-showroom).

Hyundai Creta EV:

It’s expected that Hyundai will release the Electric Creta this year. Though it will have some unique EV treatment, the design language will be identical to that of the facelifted Creta. Most likely to get new alloy wheels to improve the vehicle’s overall EV character. The inside features the same dashboard design as the new Creta, but with some improved characteristics. The 45kWh battery pack that powers the new Creta EV’s single motor is expected to provide 138 horsepower and 255 Nm of peak torque. most likely to travel 500 km on a single charge. Hyundai is probably going to launch with a 4×2 setup at first, but we might see an AWD variant with performance enhancements thereafter.

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Tata Harrier Ev:

Tata Motors’ next electric SUV, the forthcoming Harrier.EV, will have a larger battery pack and a greater range of 450–550 km* on a single charge. It is based on the Acti.ev architecture. Because of its modular design and state-of-the-art Tata technology, this electric SUV will set a new standard for other soon-to-be introduced electric SUVs on the market, such as the Creta EV and Maruti eVX. The new Harrier.EV will retain the basic Harrier silhouette but provide a luxurious cabin with lots of technology features, including ADAS Tech and a unique new EV appearance. Fans of off-roading can certainly expect an AWD option soon. Higher prices of 25 to 30 lakhs (ex-showroom) are to be expected.

Mahindra BE.05:

Next year, Mahindra is expected to introduce its first electric SUV from its Born Electric lineup following its recent display at the Bharat Mobility Expo. Built on Mahindra’s INGLO Pure EV platform, the BE.05 will be the company’s whole new offering. Its strong personality, aggressive appearance, larger alloy wheels, and luxurious interiors all contribute to its excellent road presence. The new BE.05 is probably going to be available in both RWD and AWD versions. A 210kW motor with 286 horsepower will probably be seen in the RWD version, while an additional 80kW motor installed at the front axle with 109 horsepower will presumably be seen in the AWD variant. A battery pack with a capacity of 79 kWh will power both motors. It supports quick charging technology as well, reaching 80 percent in less than 35 minutes. Positioned above the XUV400 EV, the upcoming Mahindra BE.05 will compete with the Creta EV, Curvv EV, and Harrier EV.

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