5 Luxury EVs From Shanghai Auto Show Likely Headed To India

Image Credits: Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Maybach EV SUVMercedes-Benz took the wraps off its first-ever Maybach EV SUV with the Maybach EQS 680. Dripping in luxury, the  Chauffer-driven comes finished in a classy two-tone paint finish, Nappa leather upholstery and the firm’s MBUX hyper screen. Powering it is a  dual-motor, all-wheel-drive system which makes 658PS and 950Nm while offering a range of nearly 600km.

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Volvo EX90Taking the competition to the Maybach EV is Volvo’s updated flagship offering, the EX90. The luxury SUV gets an understated design but makes up for it with plush interiors, including two executive seats, a fragrance dispenser, a mini-refrigerator and other premium additions. While the power figures are still under wraps, the EX90 is said to offer 650km of range on a single charge.

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BYD Song L EV Adding to its ever-expanding EV lineup, BYD took the wraps off the Song L coupe-style crossover EV. Scheduled to launch in China later this year, the BYD offering gets a rather attractive design, with some elements reminding us of the Kia EV6 and the Porsche Cayenne Coupe. Unfortunately, the specs are still under wraps. However, we expect it to offer a decent driving range of around 400km-500km on a single charge.

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Maserati Grecale Folgore EVHopping onto the performance EV SUV bandwagon was Maserati with the Grecale EV, at the Shanghai Auto Show. The  Grecale features the signature Trofeo-inspired front fascia but with a partly-closed inverted grille. Powering it is a 105 kWh battery pack with dual motors, which make 557PS of power and 820Nm of torque, along with providing a range of nearly 500km on a single charge (WLTP).

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