Mahindra eXUV300 Launch In 2023

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Mahindra is likely to launch the eXUV300 in India by early 2023. But before, the utility vehicle major is expected to launch the eKUV100 in the market by the end of this year.

Spotted once again earlier this month, the eXUV300, which was showcased at the 2020 Auto Expo, is based on the XUV300’s platform. Due to it having an electric powertrain, it comes with subtle styling changes on the outside.

It will also ride on different alloys compared to its internal combustion twin. Stepping inside, customers will see a new drive selector, model-specific dials and a larger touchscreen.

The electric vehicle (EV) is expected to sport a 40 kWh battery pack and have a claimed range of around 400 km. The output of the Tata Nexon EV rival’s electric motor is not known yet.
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Mahindra XUV300 electric to launch in early 2023

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Mahindra has already tried its hand at making electric four-wheelers before and has not found much success. They had acquired Reva and produced cars like the e2o and the e-Verito but neither product managed to gain too much traction in the market. However, times have changed as there is a lot more demand for EVs now and the infrastructure has improved as well. At the current pace, the Indian automotive landscape will be much more suited for EVs by the start of 2023.

Mahindra is going to reveal their Born Electric Platform sometime in July and also give a glimpse of new electric vehicles built on this platform. One of those vehicles is going to be the electric version of the XUV300. Further helping the company’s endeavours in the electric passenger cars segment will be their recent collaboration with Volkswagen. Under the agreement, Mahindra will be able to source key components and technologies from the German carmaker and employ it in their EVs.
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