The Mahindra XUV400 Electric has a claimed range of 456 km. It’s an upper hand to Tata.
The testing for the Mahindra XUV400 electric version was continued for the last year and now we get to see the production version in the launch event held on 8th Sept. Yes, finally, the electric version of XUV300 named “XUV400 Electric” is launched in the Indian market and the claimed range for this product is 456 km.
FYI: The new XUV400 Electric is now based on the INGlO platform on which the upcoming BE and XUV.E will underpin, which was unveiled on 15th August 2022.
The dimesions are increased by almost 200 mm to its internal combustion engine model and this will create more space in the cabin and makes it more spacious. Except lenght, there are not changes in the width and height of the car and infact the ground clearance is also the same.
Mahindra XUV400 Electric Price Expectations
The new electric SUV from Mahindra and Mahindra will compete with its main rival Tata Nexon EV max and some upper segments Hyundai Kona and MG ZS EV. The price expectatio for the electric XUV are Rs 20 to 24 lakhs, which is costly by Rs 1.5 to 3.5 lakhs to the Nexon EV Max.
However, Mahindra will try to place the price very aggresively but its the main factor on which the future of this is based. The Tata EVs are already captures 88% of the EV market in India and now planning to bring its EV hatchback Tata Tiago EV.
Changes compare to the XUV300
The XUV400 electric will be offered in five colour options- Everest White, Galaxy Grey, Napoli Black, Infinity Blue, and Arctic Blue. The entire paint scheme is available with a option of a contrasting roof finished in cooper.
The changes on the exterior stars with the front grille with cooper finished Mahidnra New logo, cooper inserts in the front and rear bumper, new intergrated LED DRLs in the headlamp unit, stylish foglamps and tweaked tail lights with arrow inserts.
What is retained?
The overall body shape and the character is still intact, but as we told earlier, the length is increased by 200 mm. The alloy wheels are still 16-inches and the appearance are similar, the front and rear bumper housing and the cuts and edges are similar to the regular version of the XUV300.
Apart from the exterior, the interior theme is still the same but the new black theme with cooper inserts with gloss black treatment makes a change in the cabin and feels new. It still gets the same infotainment unit, steering wheel, dashboard layout and steering wheel. The major change in the interior is the driver selector, which is replaced on the place of a regular gear shifter.
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