The Maruti Gypsy EV has been showcased at the Army Commander’s Conference. A Defense News has given this information through its Twitter handle. Maruti Suzuki’s Gypsy was first launched in December 1985. The production of Maruti Suzuki Gypsy was discontinued in the year 2018 .
A startup named Tadpole Project has worked behind the electric avatar of Maruti Suzuki’s Gypsy. This startup has been established under IIT Delhi. According to the official website of the startup named Tadpole, the Tadpole project mainly works with old cars and Maruti Gypsy. This startup also retrofits old vintage cars, by which old cars are modified and prepared in a new way.
The Maruti Electric Gypsy is white in color with green touches at various places to give it an army look. Talking about the design of the electric model of Maruti Gypsy, no change has been made in its design.
Text like Indian Army Electric and EV have been written on the Maruti Gypsy EV, its wheels have also been given a green touch which gives evidence of its being an electric model.
In the electric model of Maruti Suzuki Gypsy, the strap is fixed on the back door, the logo of the Indian Army is also visible on it. The new Maruti Gypsy Electric has a 30 kW battery pack, which gives a range of 120 km in a single charge. Its battery gets fully charged in 6 to 7 hours. The Gypsy Electric comes with a 2-year warranty on the motor and 4-year warranty on the battery.