Maruti eVX BEV has recently been spied on as the SUV is gearing up for its launch in late 2025. This is the very first time the test mule of eVX has been snapped and the images give away the crucial aspects of its design, stance, and overall profile. Importantly, the test model confirmed that the launch of the Maruti’s first BEV is on the track and the company is now finally ready to take on Tata and Mahindra in the EV category with some credible and noteworthy products.
Maruti unveiled eVX at the 2023 Auto Expo in India followed by its display at the 2023 Japan Mobility Show. The styling of eVX consists of sharp exteriors, dynamic lines, and radically designed interiors. The interior theme is very minimalistic and thanks to the electric drive train, there is ample space for five occupants in the SUV. Front seats are very spacious and at the back, the eVX comes with the proper three headrests for the rear occupants. Some prominent interior design elements in eVX include a single integrated display unit, panoramic sunroof, rotary gear selector, and ambient lighting. The SUV also houses touch controls for the windows, AC vents, and ORVMs in addition to having dual-tone upholstery, funky spoiler, and flush-fitting door handles.
In terms of the specification, eVX BEV will be powered by a 60kWh battery pack. The claimed range is 550 km on a single charge which is quite good in contrast to other EVs sold in the Indian market currently. Maruti will sell the eVX in India through its premium chain of dealerships, the Nexa. There’s no official word on the pricing yet though we expect Maruti to price the Creta and Harrier-rival in the range of Rs 20 lakh and Rs 25 lakh (ex-showroom).