Mahindra and Mahindra has teased a few concepts for the Auto Expo 2020 and it's time for its unveiling today. Mahindra will also launch the new Mahindra Scorpio, new Mahindra XUV500 and will showcase four EVs for the Indian market. What's also new is the BSVI drivetrain that the company will showcase.
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Mahindra has revealed a teaser of the Funster, which will be showcased tomorrow at the Auto Expo. Funster will be based on a new platform, which will be shared by Mahindra counterparts in future. As from the teaser, the Funster resonates with the tall upright stance of Mahindra SUVs, bringing in additional appeal with an illuminated front grille and the Mahindra logo in blue and multi-LED headlamps.
Mahindra launched the eKUV100 today at the Auto Expo and at an attractive price of Rs 8.25 lakh (post FAME Phase 2 benefits), making it the most affordable passenger vehicle EV offered in the Indian market today. Mahindra says that the eKUV100 can be ideal for shared mobility.
Mahindra just revealed the Atom EV at the Auto Expo which will go into production in the second half of 2020. It will be powered by Mahindra's own electric drive system and aims to provide last mile connectivity. The Atom may have very compact dimensions, but the high roofline should help generate a good amount of room in the interior.
Mahindra showed the Funster roadster concept at the Auto Expo today. The Funster is designed at Mahindra's Design Studio in Mumbai, and is a platform for Mahindra designers to showcase their skills while also having some fun. Mahindra says the techy front end, floating tail lamps, sports-shoe inspired wheel arches and advanced interiors express a sporty lifestyle.
Mahindra showcased the eXUV300 at the Auto Expo today. The eXUV300 displays Mahindra's new design language for its future EVs and Mahindra claims that the large battery capacity ensures a long range that prevents any range anxiety. The eXUV300 will be available in two variants including Standard and Extended range.
The Mahindra Funster roadster concept is designed at Mahindra’s Design Studio in Mumbai, and is said to have a top speed of 200 kmph and a range of 520 kms on a single charge. But remember this ‘sports electric vehicle’ is just a concept, and may never go into production.
Mahindra eXUV300 was showcased today and will be launched in 2021 in two variants- Standard and Extended range. The vehicle is based on the platform that has 5-star safety rating from GNCAP.
The Mahindra Atom EV is compact but spacious, and Mahindra says its monocoque body offers a safe enclosure for occupants. So maybe it’s time we replaced our 3-wheel auto rickshaws with vehicles like the Atom.
Mahindra will be investing 15,000 crore in automotive and tractor division in the next 3 years.
Mahindra Funster has been designed at Mahindra's Design Studio in Mumbai.
Funster concept, the best looking Mahindra yet but will it go in production?
Mahindra Funster roadster concept is meant to be all about fun.
eXUV300 displays Mahindra's new design language for EVs.
Mahindra eKUV gets 40kW 120Nm electric motor. 150km range claimed. Fast charging to 80% in 55mins.
e-XUV300 to be launched in second half of 2021.
The Mahindra XUV300 will be the first offering in India to come with the BS6 complaint mStallion petrol engine.
Mahindra's new BSVI drivetrains will also be used by SsangYong motor corporation.
Mahindra Atom to have unique luggage storage. Mahindra says it has agility of a 3-wheeler and safety of a car.
Mahindra Atom to go in production in second half of 2020.
e-KUV priced at Rs 8.25 lakh ex-showroom.
Mahindra says its pioneered EVs in India 10 years ago and have covered 20 million in India so far.
e-KUV will be priced under Rs 9 lakh.
E-KUV Mahindra says its ideal for shared mobility.
MahindraXUV300 BS VI will be joined by Mahindra’s diesel BS VI range shortly. Launches mStallion GDI petrol engine with displacements of 1.2L, 1.5L and 2.0L configurations. Tested in India and Global conditions. Manufactured, designed n produced in India.
Mahindra CERO initiative will recycle old vehicles. Facilities will be at Greater Noida and Chennai, that will also enter 25 other locations across India.
XUV300 and Rally version displayed alongside the production version.
Mahindra to introduce three BSVI compliant petrol engines - A 1.2-litre, 1.5-litre and 2.0-llitre.