The XUV400 is the EV derivative of the carmaker’s sub-4m SUV offering, the XUV300. It gets copper highlights inside and out along with a closed off grille. Likely to be offered in three trims: STD, EP and EL. Gets a 39.4kWh battery pack offering a range of 456km.
Reservations for the XUV400 are anticipated to open up soon. It features a closed-off grille and copper accents both inside and out. Probably available in three trims: STD, EP, and EL. Receives a 39.4 kWh battery pack with a 456 km stated range. Soon anticipated release; potential starting price of Rs. 17 lahks (ex-showroom).
The XUV400, Mahindra’s first long-range electric vehicle, is nearly here after a lengthy wait. Test drives for the electric SUV have begun, and it has already arrived at the dealerships. We anticipate the automaker to publish its price shortly after opening reservations for the XUV400. The EV version of the automaker’s sub-4m SUV model, the XUV300, is the XUV400.
The model shown had a copper-coloured roof and was completed in the Napoli Black. The electric SUV’s front features a closed grille, a bumper with copper inserts, and the Mahindra logo with a copper finish. In addition, the automaker has copper components in place of the LED DRLs found on the XUV300 for the electrified SUV.
Long-Range EV From Mahindra
The electric car in the image has 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels and copper inlays in the body side moulding, indicating that it was a higher-specced model. Mahindra will reportedly offer the variant in STD (basic), EP, and EL, according to a new public document; however, specifics of the variant lineup are still unknown. The XUV400 was equipped with new LED taillights, a copper-finished Mahindra logo, and an XUV400 badge.
Inside the EV, copper accents can be observed on the steering wheel, climate control rotator, and drive mode selector, among other places. In addition, the seven-inch touchscreen, push-button start/stop, and single-pane sunroof are all visible.
The XUV400 EV is outfitted by Mahindra with a 39.4kWh battery pack. The EV has a 456km ARAI-rated range, and a 50kW DC fast charger can charge the battery from empty to 80 per cent in 50 minutes.
A 7.2kW AC wall box charger takes 6 hours and 30 minutes to fully charge the battery, whilst a 3.3kW charger takes 13 hours to complete the task. The XUV400 has a top speed of 150 kmph and can go from 0 to 100 kmph in 8.3 seconds. Like the XUV700 and Scorpio N, the automaker gave it frequency-selected damping (FSD), and the EV also has a “single-pedal” mode.
Mahindra is anticipated to introduce the EV at a starting price of Rs. 17 lakhs (ex-showroom). The Tata Nexon EV Prime and Max will be the XUV400’s main competitors. Still, it will be a more affordable alternative to vehicles like the MG ZS EV and Hyundai Kona Electric.
Compact SUV Mahindra XUV400 is scheduled to launch on January 19, 2023, in India.
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