5 Luxury EV SUVs Launching In India This Year

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Mini EVThe 2023 Mini EV will be built by BMW’s Chinese JV partner, with a bigger dimension to pack a “significantly bigger” battery. While we don’t have the full details yet, don’t expect the iconic design or the feature list to change much.

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Skoda Enyaq IVIn a bid to further expand its luxury portfolio, the VW-group-owned company will be bringing in the Enyaq IV SUV to India. The five-seater SUV will pack an 82kWh battery which offers up to 513km of range and makes around 256PS of power.

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Volvo EX90Built on the new SPA2 platform, the EX90 gets modern-day Skoda-like elements like the T-shaped LED lights, with a 413PS and 770Nm powered motor and a 111kWh battery that offers a range of up to 600km.

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Volvo C40 RechargeThe second luxury EV SUV to be launched might be the C40 Recharge, a coupe version of the popular XC40 Recharge. Apart from a sloping roofline and subtle design changes, the C40 Recharge will pack a dual-motor set-up, churning out 413PS and 660Nm with a range of 433km (75kWh battery pack).

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Volkswagen ID.4The Volkswagen ID.4 has been rumoured to arrive on our shores for a long time. While VW is yet to confirm it, reports state that it is likely to be the high-performance ID.4 GTX, which makes 303PS of power and 460Nm of torque. Depending on the trim, it offers a range between 284m - 580km.

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