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Maruti is coming to the biggest player in the electric car market, bringing a long range SUV

Maruti Suzuki Electric Car: Maruti Suzuki rules the hearts of Indian customers and competing with the company in CNG vehicles with petrol is quite a challenge for the rest of the manufacturers. And now the company is coming up with a banging offer which will be the company’s first electric vehicle. According to the report surfaced on the Internet, Maruti Suzuki is about to bring the company’s first midsize electric SUV under its partnership with Toyota. Initially its codename has been kept as YY8.

Bigger and wider than Hyundai Creta

Maruti Suzuki’s first electric SUV is being built on the brand’s new design philosophy, which will be made very attractive in appearance and like the vehicles coming in the future. This electric SUV will be designed to sell in the global market as Toyota is also going to sell it with its badging. Its overall length will be around 4.2 meters, making it bigger and wider than the Hyundai Creta. In the Indian market, it will compete with the MG ZS EV.

Price will be Rs 13-15 lakh

It is being speculated that the new Maruti Suzuki YY8 will cost Rs 13-15 lakh which will be lower than the ZS EV and according to this price, the new electric SUV will compete with the Tata Nexon EV which will be updated and increased in a few days. to be offered in the range. The company’s new EV can change both the customer perception and the market environment for electric vehicles in our market because people have faith in this brand and according to the way the sales of Tata Nexon EV continue, Maruti Suzuki’s electric car. Could prove to be a game changer.

Range up to 500 KM in 1 charge

The YY8 is being built on the 27PL platform which comes in two-wheel and 4-wheel drive. Its 2WD variant will be the cheapest which will come with 48 kWh battery pack, it will be able to run for 400 km on a single charge, while the 4WD variant will come with 59 kWh battery pack which will be equipped with dual electric motor. This variant will give a range of up to 500 km in a single charge. The power of the cheaper variant will be 138 horsepower, while in the all-wheel-drive variant its capacity becomes 170 horsepower.

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