Maruti has a vision of launch EV’s in the Indian market by the year 2020, as
a part of which this fleet testing of vehicles began. Based on the WagonR [
https://www.motoroids.com/maruti-suzuki/maruti-suzuki-wagon-r-1-0/ ] hatchback, these EVs have been roaming with no camouflage at all.
Moreover, stickers on every side of the car indicate this is an all-electric
vehicle. The design of the B-pillar on the vehicle too is rather
interesting, a different design approach has been taken instead of the usual
blacked out treatment. The rear gets rather tine tail-lamps, mounted on the
lower end of the car. Also seen on the side is a normal fuel cap which would
probably hold the power port of the car.