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Maruti Suzuki Ignis Transformed into EV with Impressive 200 Kmph Top Speed: All You Need To Know

In addition to the tall boy design, the hatchback is one of the few hatchbacks on the market that speaks practicality in every way.

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Maruti Suzuki Ignis Transformed into EV with Impressive 200 Kmph Top Speed

Maruti Suzuki Ignis Transformed into EV with Impressive 200 Kmph Top Speed: With an indicated top speed of 200 kmph on the dyno, the Maruti Suzuki Ignis Electric uses a kit from Pune-based Northway Motors. The Ignis has been a decent seller for the company and is the entry-level model in the Nexa lineup.

In addition to the tall boy design, the hatchback is one of the few hatchbacks on the market that speaks practicality in every way.

Pune-based Northway Motors has converted its Ignis into an EV while the Ignis has not had a major update yet.

The Ignis has been converted into an electric car using an EV conversion kit, and the green registration plate confirms that it is the EV version of the Ignis.

In addition, very minor sticker work can be seen on the converted hatchback and the highlight is the charging socket sign on the fuel lid, which now serves as the charging port.

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The placement of the charging point depicts Northway Motor’s expertise and gives the Ignis EV a very clean look.

This conversion is performed on the top-spec Alpha variant of the Ignis, which has been painted green to symbolize its EV identity.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis Transformed into EV

A neatly placed electric motor occupies the engine compartment of the hatchback in the video released by the company.

The Ignis EV achieved a top speed of 200 kmph on the dynamometer, which is a highlight of this conversion.

In contrast to conventional EVs, Northway Motors appears to be using five gear ratios to improve power delivery.

In the converted Ignis EV, there is clearly a slight lag in acceleration when the gears are shifted, giving it an appearance similar to a regular ICE car.

This conversion is for R&D purposes, and the car’s top speed is tested on a dyno.

It is possible that competent EV conversion kits will play a vital role in the shift towards electric vehicles in India, especially for End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs).

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