The electric Mahindra XUV400, which was introduced at an introductory price of starting at 15.99 lakh, will be delivered in 20,000 units, according to Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., on Monday.
The car would be introduced in two variants across 34 cities in phase I, the automaker announced when the XUV400 was first unveiled in September of last year.
Mahindra XUV400 Details
According to the firm, reservations for the XUV400 will open on January 26, 2023, and deliveries for the “EL” and “EC” variants will commence in March 2023 and the Diwali holiday, respectively. The EC version has a 34.5 kWh battery and a 375 km range. There are two charging choices available for it: 3.3 kW for RS 15.99 lakh and 7.2 kW for RS 16.49 lakh (Both ex-showrooms).
The EL trim, on the other hand, is priced at 18.99 lakh and features a 39.4 kWh battery with a range of 456 miles with a 7.2 kW charger. According to the statement, the introductory prices are valid for the first 5,000 reservations of each variant—EC and EL.
Taking into account the difficulties of the structural gap between the demand and supply of automotive-grade semiconductors and the accessibility of battery packs, M&M also stated that it intends to deliver 20,000 units of the XUV400 within a year after its debut.
“We created this brand exclusively for customers who want to be in charge of creating a more sustainable future. We are sure that our first electric SUV will inspire and excite more Indian consumers to switch to electric vehicles “M&M President of the Automotive Sector Veejay Nakra remarked.
The Tata Motors NexonEV line, which is available for between 14.99 lakh and 20.04 lakh, presently dominates the market for compact electric SUVs. The XUV400 will compete in this market.
|EC version Specs||34.5 kWh battery and a 375 km range|
|EL version Specs||39.4 kWh battery and a 450 km range|
|EC and EL Launch||March 2023|
|Starting Price||15.99 lakh|