Maruti WagonR Electric: What it could look like

With electric vehicles gaining popularity in our country, every manufacturer is working on an electric car. India’s largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki is also working on an electric vehicle which is based on WagonR hatchback. The WagonR Electric has been spied testing on Indian roads a couple of times and based on those images and pictures we have many renders of how the car might look like when it gets launched. Here we have one such render from SRK designs that looks different from the one that we have seen so far.

The video shows a render of an electric hatchback based on WagonR. The artist removes all the major elements from the front like the headlamps, grille and even makes some minute changes to the bumper also. The grille has been completely removed and has a design similar to the one seen in Hyundai Kona . The headlights have been removed and are now placed on the bumper. There is a sleek chrome strip and LED DRLs above the headlamps.

Apart from that pretty much everything about the car looks like WagonR. It retain the shape and is still a boxy hatchback. The manufacturer is expected to launch the all-new WagonR EV in the Indian market later this year but it will be available only for the fleet car owners. The car will go on sale for the private car buyers at a later date.

Maruti Wagonr Electric Render Featured

Maruti is also working on a Futuro-E concept that is an electric SUV. They recently released a teaser image for the upcoming electric SUV. From the images it seems like the Futuro-E will have a couple ish design with all LED lights both at the front and the rear. Maruti has officially revealed that Futuro-E will demonstrate the future of designs from Maruti Suzuki.

Coming back to the WagonR EV. Even though we have spotted the electric car on our roads many time, details like the range, interiors and the exact date of launch are yet to be disclosed by the manufacturer. Along with Futuro-E concept we expect to see WagonR EV in the upcoming Auto Expo. Other than Electric vehicles, cars like petrol powered Brezza, S-Cross and Creta rivalling Vitara is also expected.