The Mahindra XUV400 electric SUV has been spotted, hinting that its release date is approaching. Mahindra has a clear strategy for entering the mass EV market, with many releases scheduled over the next few years. On August 15, a concept of how these goods will look will be shown. The XUV400 is simply an electrified version of the XUV300 small SUV, although it will be 200 mm longer. Tata Motors controls more than 70% of the Indian EV industry, and its Nexon EV is reaching new heights with each passing month. This will be Mahindra’s response.
The spy photos were shared on Instagram by cruise rider01. The characteristic LED DRLs are readily apparent despite the fact that this SUV is highly disguised. The XUV300, with which it will share its external style, has a longer version of these DRLs. The headlight cluster is similar to the one on the XUV300, and the grille area is streamlined but will be blocked off because EVs do not require engine air intake. Aside from that, the bumper is fashioned in a sporty manner, with a hint of skid plate below the camouflage.
Similarly, the side profile resembles that of the XUV300, but with larger proportions. The XUV300 is just about 4 m long, but this is said to be 200 mm longer. This will effectively place an MG ZS EV and a Hyundai Kona Electric in the same class. With strong rear fenders and large wheel arches, the side body panels have athletic creases. There are also working roof rails. The taillamps are evident in these shots, as is a roof-mounted spoiler.
While there is no information about the battery pack or the electric motor and its power, rumours suggest that the electric SUV may have a range of roughly 450 kilometres. If this is the case, it will become quite appealing to clients who suffer from range anxiety. Furthermore, Mahindra may be able to place it towards the Rs 15 lakh pricing range, which would be incredibly amazing. Let us wait a little longer to get the specifics.