The XUV400 EV from Mahindra is available for Rs 15.99 lakh (introductory, ex-showroom, India). The first 5,000 units of each version are eligible for these introductory discounts. The brand’s first electric product is an SUV that was presented in September of last year. Beginning on January 26, Mahindra will accept reservations; deliveries are expected to start in March.
Reservations for the electric SUV will go on sale on January 26. Delivery is expected to start in March. Here is a thorough breakdown of the Mahindra XUV400 EV’s costs:
|Variant||Battery Size||Charger||Price (ex-showroom)|
|XUV400 EC||34.5 kWh||3.3 kW||Rs 15.99 lakh|
|XUV400 EC||34.5 kWh||7.2 kW||Rs 16.49 lakh|
|XUV400 EL||39.4 kWh||7.2 kW||Rs 18.99 lakh|
In terms of the SUV, the XUV4 00 shares its design with the smaller XUV 300, but with certain EV-specific details like the closed-off grille with copper trim pieces and the Mahindra twin-peaks emblem. The cabin is similar as well, however the greater size allows for more boot room, and the e-SUV has more technology.
When it comes to the equipment, the EC and EL differ from one another in more ways than one. The XUV400 EL packs in a bigger 39.4 kWh unit with a stated range of 456 km per charge whereas the EC packs in a smaller 34.5 kWh unit with a range of 375 km (MIDC figures). However, both variations use the same 110 kW and 310 Nm electric motor.
For its electric SUV, Mahindra claims a 0-100 kmph time of 8.3 seconds and a peak speed of 150 kmph. The EC will come standard with a 3.3 kW charger, but for an extra cost, customers may upgrade to a quicker 7.2 kW one. In the meanwhile, the EL will come standard with the 7.2 kW charger.
Three variations of the XUV400 are available from Mahindra: EC (3.3kW), EC (7.2kW), and EL (7.2kW). The top-spec model has over-the-air (OTA) upgrades for connected car technologies, a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Mahindra’s AdrenoX software, and a single-pane sunroof. Up to six airbags are included, along with disc brakes on all four wheels, an IP67 battery pack certification, and ISOFIX anchorages as safety features.