Still, the moment I’ve been waiting for is about to come. We are talking about Mahindra’s all-electric SUV. It is also strong in performance with an EV engine. The eyes of the people were upon it for many days. Now there is news coming out related to this, listening to which your heart will not sink. Mahindra will launch this EV on August 15. The company has scheduled a launch event on the date and is expected to introduce a new electric SUV in its portfolio.
Mahindra’s EV will be the much-awaited XUV400, which will take on the Tata Nexon’s EV Max and the Tata Nexon’s EV Prime. The company is already testing it. And for this reason, many speculations about the electric XUV400 have been doing the rounds on the internet for quite some time. The latest EV spy shots have given us the clearest look yet. Also, there is interest among people for this EV after the hints of what the Mahindra XUV400 might look like.
According to the news, Mahindra’s new electric SUV will be based on the petrol and diesel XUV300. Here we take a look at everything we can expect from the XUV400, as well as the similarities we can see in the upcoming EV compared to the XUV300. This information is obtained through various spy shots of the XUV400 EV that have surfaced so far, as well as Mahindra’s own presentation of the electric car in the teaser. Of course, things may be different when the EV finally makes its debut later this month, but for now, we can trust that the XUV400 EV will be pretty much the same in concept.
The Mahindra XUV400 EV will be longer
The length of the XUV300 was shorter than the base vehicle, the SsangYong Tivoli, to take advantage of the subsidy given to vehicles under 4 meters. There can be no difference in the silhouette of the two cars. The first discrepancy that caught our attention would be the XUV400 EV’s new rectangular headlamps, with LED DRLs and triangular fog lamps in the headlamp cluster. Other changes are likely to include a new set of alloy wheels, rounded taillights and a new tailgate design. The XUV400 EV can promise 150 hp. with its electric drive. Battery support is likely to have multiple options, with a dual battery possibly promising a longer range of up to 400km on a single charge.