Suzuki Motor Corporation has unveiled its global product strategy, which includes BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle), HEV (Hybrid Electric Vehicle), ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) models, and ethanol, CNG and biogas driving models. All these vehicles are expected to be deployed by 2030. Speaking of the Indian market, Maruti Suzuki is planning six new battery EVs alongside models co-developed under a partnership between Toyota and Suzuki. Maruti’s first electric car will be in the US by 2025, with five of his other models by 2030.
Maruti Suzuki’s first electric vehicle eVX concept Recently unveiled at Auto Expo 2023. Its production-ready version will take on Hyundai’s Creta EV, which is currently in early development. This model uses his 60kWh battery pack with LFP blade cells, giving it a range of 550km on a single charge. The automaker has yet to reveal a name for its upcoming new multi-electric vehicle, but the lineup could include electric iterations of the Wagon R Hatchback, Baleno EV, Jimny EV, Volks EV and Grand Vitara EV. there is.
According to official documents, Suzuki’s ICE-equipped models will cover 60% of the domestic market by FY2030. Battery electric vehicles will account for 15% of the market, while hybrid electric vehicles will account for 25% of the market. With the aim of achieving a turnover of INR 439 crore and a carbon neutral portfolio, the company will invest JPY 4.5 trillion (approx.
Under its FY2030 growth strategy, Japanese automakers will follow the manufacturing philosophy of “Smaller, Less, Lighter, Shorter, More Beautiful”. Emphasis is placed on “developing customer-oriented products and services and growing together with the countries and regions in which they are deployed.” Suzuki aims to be carbon neutral in India by 2070 and in Japan and Europe by 2050.