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Suzuki To Showcase eWX At Japan Mobility Show – Offers 230km Range | V3Cars

Alongside the new-gen Swift and updated eVX concept, Suzuki will showcase the eWX min at the 2023 Japan Mobility Show. Suzuki call the eWX a mini electric wagon and it promises to offer a claimed range of 230km on a single charge. Let’s take a closer look at this tall-boy electric hatchback.

Maruti Suzuki eWX

Suzuki eWX Design And Dimensions

Suzuki claim the eWX is designed to be used by people on a daily basis. Featuring a tall-boy design, the eWX measures 3395mm long, 1475mm wide and 1620mm tall. To put that into perspective, it is 421mm longer, 30mm narrower and 20mm shorter than the MG Comet. However, unlike the Comet, the eWX offers 4 conventional doors. But like the MG EV, the eWX features a boxy styling with futuristic touches like a closed-off grille with C-shaped LED DRLs, and yellow highlights on the bumper, side skirts and alloy wheels.

Suzuki are yet to reveal the rear design of the eWX and its interior is under wraps too. Expect more details to pour in at the Japan Mobility Show, which will be held from October 25 to November 5.

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Suzuki eWX EV Specs And Range

Suzuki are yet to reveal the EV powertrain specifications of the eWX. However, the carmaker claims that the eWX will offer a 230km range on a full charge. Coincidentally, that’s the same range as the MG Comet EV. Hence we could expect Maruti Suzuki to pitch the eWX up against the MG Comet EV in the Indian market. We could expect the Suzuki eWX to put out anywhere between 40-60PS of power and 100-150Nm of torque when launched. 

Also Read: Suzuki To Showcase eVX Interior And Updated Exterior Later This Month

Also Read: Maruti Suzuki Swift To Be Unveiled On October 26  

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Nikil Jonathan

Nikil's a huge fan of classic cars, especially Italian beauties such as the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint and the Iso Grifo. His love for cars and bikes originated when he first laid his eyes on a poster of the Ferrari F40 and the MV Agusta F4 when he was just a child. He also loves all things analogue, especially vintage cameras and turntables.

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