Suzuki has confirmed that it will present its first fully electric model on the market by 2025, which will make it another manufacturer that is moving towards switching to battery-powered cars.
Suzuki President Toshiro Suzuki announced this information at the presentation of the new generation of S-Cross models.
Suzuki is starting to switch to this technology relatively late, and so far it has not needed electric models to maintain the average carbon dioxide emissions of its models in accordance with regulations. This was achieved by installing small engines and lightweight bodies.
It is known that Suzuki is in partnership with Toyota, but it is not known whether it will cooperate with this giant in the development of its electric models. If that happens, Suzuki could use the electric motor and battery technology from the new Toyota bZ4X.
In that case, it would go the same way as Subaru, which recently unveiled a rebranded version of the bZ4X called the Solterra. The two models are identical under the bodywork, and they also have certain stylistic similarities.
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