Top 5 most awaited EV-SUV’s for 2024 in India

From the Maruti Suzuki eVX to the Tata Curvv EV, these are the top 5 electric SUV’s eagerly awaited in 2024.

The year 2024 is poised to be a landmark for all-electric SUV’s. In March 2024, EV sales saw a remarkable surge, significantly advancing the Central Government’s 2020 sustainability goals. Retail sales of passenger vehicles, including SUV’s, skyrocketed by 90 percent compared to 2023. Overall, FY 2024 experienced a 42 percent increase in the entire electric vehicle segment. With SUV’s on the cusp of capturing over 50 percent of the automobile market share in India, manufacturers are preparing to launch new electric SUV models. Before you make your final decision, consider these top five electric SUV’s.

Citroën Ë-C3 Aircross

Following the success of the C3 hatchback, Citroën is set to introduce the all-electric Ë-C3 Aircross. While the petrol version of the SUV debuted in September 2023, it has struggled to gain traction in the market. The new electric variant aims to capture the growing demand for EV’s and strengthen Citroën’s position in the competitive SUV segment.

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As a midsize SUV, the French automaker will need to equip the ë-C3 Aircross with a larger battery, surpassing the 29.2kWh capacity of the ë-C3. Citroën is anticipated to maintain the existing configurations, offering the electric SUV in both 5-seater and 7-seater options. This strategic move aims to meet the demands of the growing midsize electric SUV market.

Mahindra XUV 3XO

Mahindra has rebranded the XUV300 to 3XO, with the traditional combustion version set to launch on April 29th. Following this release, the company is expected to unveil its electric counterpart. The 3XO features unique C-shaped connected LED tail lights, updated LED headlights, and a new set of alloy wheels, highlighting its modern design and advanced features.

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The upcoming 3XO electric SUV is expected to boast dual 10.25-inch infotainment screens and an all-digital instrument cluster. It will come with premium amenities, including ventilated front seats, AdrenoX-connected technology, a dual-pane panoramic sunroof, and an updated climate control system. The XUV400 offers two battery pack options—34.5 kWh and 39.4 kWh—, and it is anticipated that the 3XO EV will retain these choices, providing flexibility and range options for consumers.

Mahindra XUV e.8

The XUV e.8 will be built on the innovative INLGO EV architecture. This cutting-edge electric SUV is expected to feature an 80 kWh battery pack, enabling fast-charging of 80 percent in just 30 minutes. Additionally, it may come equipped with dual motors, offering an all-wheel drive option. The new XUV e.8 will showcase a fully digital dashboard with three screens, including one dedicated to the front passenger, highlighting its advanced technology and user-friendly design.

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Maruti Suzuki eVX

The eVX stands out as one of the most anticipated electric vehicles, marking Maruti Suzuki’s debut into the Indian EV market. Developed in collaboration with global partner Toyota, this electric SUV presents a fusion of design elements from the Fronx and the Grand Vitara.

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According to Maruti Suzuki, the eVX electric SUV will feature a 60 kWh battery, offering an impressive driving range of approximately 550 km. Built on a new EV platform, the eVX measures 4,300 mm in length, 1,800 mm in width, and 1,600 mm in height, ensuring a spacious cabin, ample ground clearance, and large wheels. The SUV’s design boasts a very low drag coefficient, enhancing both performance and efficiency.

Tata Curvv electric

The Curvv electric and Harrier EV both made their highly anticipated debuts at the Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024. Positioned as the most budget-friendly EV SUV coupe, the Curvv promises exceptional aerodynamics, even though Tata Motors has yet to reveal its full specifications. Despite its sporty coupe roofline, the Curvv retains the rugged DNA characteristic of SUVs, combining style and durability in one compelling package.

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The Curvv EV SUV coupe boasts a commanding road presence with its tall stance and muscular wheel arches. Adhering to Tata Motors’ EV design philosophy, it features a split headlight setup and a sleek LED DRL that extends across the bonnet shut line. Its notchback boot design promises ample storage space. Inside, drawing inspiration from the Nexon, the Curvv will showcase an all-digital instrument cluster and a touch-based panel for climate control, offering a blend of advanced technology and modern aesthetics.

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Written by : Umar Javed

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