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Electrified Models To Account For 40 Per Cent Of Maruti’s Lineup By 2030

This includes both strong-hybrid as well as fully electric vehicles

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  • Maruti will launch its first EV in India in 2025. 

  • Five more electric models are in the plans, to arrive by 2030. 

  • By 2030, EVs to form 15 per cent of lineup, 25 per cent to be strong-hybrids. 

  • ICE lineup will comprise CNG and flex-fuel models. 

Japanese carmaker Suzuki, the parent company of Maruti, revealed its plans for electrification in India and other major overseas markets up until 2030. The carmaker also announced that six EVs are in the pipeline for India, which are projected to account for 15 per cent of the carmaker’s lineup by the end of the decade. 

In total, 40 per cent of the vehicles in Maruti Suzuki’s portfolio will be electrified, this includes both all-electric and strong-hybrid models.

Maruti Electric Vehicles

Although it currently has no EVs on sale in India, Maruti Suzuki has ambitious plans when it comes to entering the segment. Its first EV is coming in 2025 as the production-spec incarnation of the eVX electric crossover concept. After that, the carmaker has no less than five more models lined up for launch by 2030, including the Wagon R EV and an electric Fronx-based crossover.

More strong-hybrids coming  

The Grand Vitara, launched in 2022, became the first Maruti to offer strong-hybrid tech in India. We’ll see more such products spawn out of Maruti Suzuki’s partnership with Toyota, such as Maruti’s Innova Hycross derivative. However, it remains to be seen if any of Suzuki’s global hybrid vehicles (such as the Swift hybrid) are on the cards for India. 

Meanwhile, the carmaker will also offer ‘eco-friendly’ ICE options such as factory-fitted CNG kits and flex-fuel drivetrains compatible with ethanol-blended fuel.

The EV space is quickly getting competitive in India, but as India’s largest and one of the most trusted carmakers, Maruti is poised to make a successful foray into electrification. What EVs do you want to see from the carmaker in the coming years? Let us know in the comments.

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