First Suzuki electric scooter in India to be launched in 2021 - Report

19/02/2020 - 15:31 | ,   | Prashant Singh

While Bajaj Auto has become the first mainstream automaker to launch an electric scooter, Suzuki Motorcycle India is hoping to catch-up soon and plans to launch its first electric two-wheeler by 2021, says a report from Autocar India. Read on to learn more about the new Suzuki electric scooter.

Suzuki electric scooter: 2017 Suzuki Access 125 BSIV at dealership front three quarter
Apart from Suzuki electric scooters, Suzuki Motorcycle India plans to launch higher capacity, internal combustion engine-powered scooters.

As per previous reports, Suzuki Motorcycle India has already developed a prototype electric scooter and plans to start testing it this year. The company is currently studying trends and gathering as much information around the EV market in India as possible. Interestingly, the Japanese manufacturer is also in talks with Maruti Suzuki to set up charging infrastructure and plans to make use of the automaker's large network.

Suzuki Motorcycle India has already climbed up the ladder and secured a position as the third-highest scooter seller in India overtaking Hero Motorcorp, and it hopes to replicate the success with its EV offerings. For the record, the company's scooter portfolio comprises just two models – Access 125 and Burgman Street.

Suzuki Access 125 Metallic Sonic Silver side
Suzuki Motorcycle India will start testing its electric scooter prototype this year.

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Suzuki electric scooters are a part of the long-term strategy for Suzuki Motorcycle India and the company plans to first expand its motorcycle portfolio with a slew of premium models in the near future. The most imminent new launches will include a new quarter-litre motorcycle (most definitely the Intruder 250). Also, there is a possibility of seeing the SV650 roadster being launched in India.

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[News Source: Autocar India]

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