Auto Expo 2018: Maruti Suzuki has pulled the wraps off its jaw-dropping e-Survivor concept. However, the e-Concept is unlikely to ever make it to the road as a production car. Although the technology it uses might be critical to Maruti Suzuki Electric cars in the future. In itself it works to pay homage to Suzuki's prowess off-road while showing Suzukis commitment to clean mobility.The e-Survivor concept will be based on a traditional ladder on frame chassis that is native to small compact Suzuki SUVs. Speaking about the e-Survivor at the Auto Expo 2018, Suzuki said that it will showcase all of Suzuki’s FACE technologies, in this case, FACE stands for Four-wheel drive Autonomous and connected.
In terms of dimensions, the e-Survivor is 3460 mm in length, 1645 mm and 1655mm in height and will be powered by dual electric motors on each wheel.The Survivor also gets some serious off-road capabilities as a tip of the hat to their offroad heritage vehicles, each wheel on the e-survivor concept can be controlled for torque and output, allowing the e-Survivor on the spot turning and outstanding ability to go anywhere the road leads you or otherwise.
The e-Survivor also showcases Suzuki's technological advancements in terms of the infotainment system displaying online information and images to the cabin via vehicle cameras.