Maruti Suzuki eVX & Toyota EV

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The Maruti Suzuki eVX is scheduled to launch later this year, and in early 2025, it will give shape to a Toyota brother. Expect the claimed range of the midsize electric SUV to exceed 500 km. It is anticipated to come with two battery options and FWD/AWD variants.

Skoda Enyaq iV &                               Volkswagen ID.4

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This year, Skoda and VW will introduce their first electric vehicles in India with the debut of the Enyaq iV and ID.4, which will share a same platform and be imported through the CBU channel. They might set you back more than Rs. 50 lakh (ex-showroom).

Hyundai Creta EV


According to reports, the electric Hyundai Creta will go on sale before the end of 2024 and use LG Chem batteries. Its external design will set it apart from the freshly redesigned IC-powered Creta, and the electric motor powering the front wheels may be the same one as the entry-level Kona Electric.

Mahindra XUV.e8 & XUV300 EV

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Mahindra is prepared to introduce their e-SUV, which is based on the XUV300 small SUV. It will sit beneath the XUV400 and have a battery pack with a stated 350 km range. By the end of 2024, the XUV.e8 will be available in showrooms and will be powered by the INGLO platform. It will have a lot in common with the XUV700.

Tata Curvv EV & Harrier EV

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The Curvv EV will be available soon, according to Tata Motors' plans. On the Acti.ev platform, it will be the second Tata model to be used. With a range of around 500 kilometers, the Harrier EV is scheduled to arrive later this year.

Kia's EV9 made its international debut last year with a WLTP-certified range of 541 km. By the end of 2024 or the beginning of 2025, it will go on sale and be positioned as the brand's flagship product, sitting above the Ioniq 5.

Kia EV9