Mahindra XUV.e8: Mahindra's first 7-seater electric car will be like this, know details before launch
Mahindra will introduce a new series of zero-emission SUVs from the brand XUV.e8 and after this the company's first electric car XUV400 will also get a facelift next year. The design of Mahindra XUV.e8 is similar to the XUV700 but it has been designed in a more advanced manner. Despite wearing camo, the electric SUV flaunts its tail lamp design which is similar to its IC-engine version.
Mahindra & Mahindra is set to launch at least five new SUVs in the 2024 calendar year. This includes the company's first 7-seater electric car XUV.e8 and its launch timeline was revealed much earlier. Over the past few months, some spy shots of the XUV700 based electric SUV have surfaced. Come, let us know about it.
Company's plan regarding Mahindra XUV.e8
Mahindra will introduce a new series of zero-emission SUVs from the brand XUV.e8 and after this the company's first electric car XUV400 will also get a facelift next year. The XUV.e8 will be positioned above the
The design of the Mahindra XUV.e8 is similar to the XUV700, but it has been designed in a more evolved manner. Despite wearing camo, the electric SUV shows off its tail lamp design, which is similar to its IC-engine version. However, the front fascia features a full-width running LED light bar below the bonnet.
The vertical stacked lighting elements and light bar look similar to the Twin Peaks concept, the shut-off grille section with copper badge and the lower bumper intake are other highlights. The cabin gets a triple-screen layout, a two-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel with mounted controls, a drive mode selector, a large armrest and a gear lever.
Battery, Motor and Range
The Mahindra XUV.e8 will be based on the INGLO architecture and will use a 60-80 kWh battery pack with single and dual electric motor configurations. Its driving range is expected to be more than 450 km on a single charge.
The midsize electric SUV space will see fierce competition in the next two to three years and being one of the early movers, Mahindra is pulling the trigger on the XUV.e8, as it will be introduced in December 2024.