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EVX Concept Interior Unveiled at Japan Mobility Show
- EVX concept interior unveiled at Japan mobility show
- The production version will come by 2025
- It will compete with the electric Hyundai Creta
Suzuki has unveiled an updated version of the EVX concept at the Japan Mobility Show, featuring slight revisions in its styling. Let’s delve more into details to know what one gets to see in this concept model.
Suzuki EVX Concept Exterior
The concept model’s exterior exudes a futuristic charm, sure to captivate car enthusiasts. Notably, the car boasts connected taillights that enhance its overall aesthetics. The dimensions of the EVX concept are as follows: 4300 mm in length, 1800 mm in width, and 1600 mm in height. Its meticulously designed wheels contribute to its appeal and also, one gets 245/45 R20 tires.
Interior of the Concept Model
Moving to the interior, the dashboard offers a seamless blend of an infotainment system and an instrument cluster, creating a unified visual experience. The incorporation of a two-spoke steering wheel design adds a distinctive touch, and the inclusion of a touch-sensitive gear knob further elevates the concept model’s interior.
Battery Pack on the Concept Model
Regarding the battery pack, official specifications have not yet been released by the brand. However, there is anticipation that Suzuki will offer a 60 kWh battery pack with a range of 550 kilometers. Additionally, a 48 kWh option with a 400-kilometer range may be available in the production version.
Launch Timeline and Competition
There is an anticipation that the company will launch the production version will come by 2025. It will compete with the electric Hyundai Creta is expected to make its debut by 2024.