Suzuki electric scooter for India to have fixed battery pack

    Suzuki’s first electric scooter for India will likely begin production in December.

    Published On Jul 09, 2024 11:36:00 AM

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    Suzuki, which has taken its time to enter the electric scooter arena, will likely begin production of its first e-scooter for India in December. This scooter will use a fixed battery pack unlike the e-Burgman scooter that has been spotted testing in India multiple times previously, a significant area of differentiation between the two Suzuki e-scooters. 

    1. Will have a fixed battery pack
    2. Expected annual sales volume of 25,000 units

    Suzuki electric scooter details, India launch 

    Codenamed XF091, the company’s maiden EV offering for India, like most other electric scooters on sale, will likely have a fixed battery pack. As its production is likely to start in December, the launch will probably be in the first quarter of next year. Suzuki is projecting annual volumes of 25,000 units for this e-scooter. 

    A year ago, Suzuki showcased the e-Burgman scooter with a swappable battery pack. The e-Burgman has been spied testing in India on multiple occasions, but how much the India-spec Suzuki electric scooter has in common with the Japanese model isn’t known yet. It also remains to be seen what Suzuki names the e-scooter, but considering the widespread popularity of the Access and Burgman models, it could fall under the same brand umbrella. 

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