Check out the scoop on Mahindra’s cool new electric cars – XUV300 EV and XUV.e8. Learn about their awesome features, when they’re hitting the streets, and see how Mahindra is making electric cars popular in India.

In the world of electric cars, Mahindra & Mahindra is getting ready to make a big move with two new electric cars – the XUV300 EV and the XUV.e8. These cars are not just a step forward for Mahindra but also a big deal for electric driving in India. This blog is all about what makes these cars special, when you can expect to see them around, and how Mahindra is making electric cars a big thing in India.

XUV300 EV: Going Electric with Style

The XUV400 EV, which competes with the Tata Nexon EV, has set the stage for Mahindra’s electric journey. Even though it got a fresh look recently, Mahindra is now focusing on an electric version of the XUV300. Built on the new XUV300 Facelift platform, which is supposed to come out in February 2023, the XUV300 EV is expected to have a 35kWh battery. It’s meant to compete with the Tata Nexon EV and is supposed to show up around June 2023, with a price tag of about Rs. 15 lakh (ex-showroom).

XUV.e8: Mahindra’s Cool Electric Car

Built on Mahindra’s new electric platform, called INGLO, the XUV.e8 is a big deal because it’s Mahindra’s first fully electric car. With a big 80 kWh battery, the XUV.e8 is expected to have a power range from 227 to 345 bhp. It will come in both two-wheel and four-wheel drive setups, with one or two motors. The design of the XUV.e8 looks kind of like the XUV700, but it’s got some changes inspired by the 2022 concept. We’ve seen it driving around during tests in India, and it has cool features like stacked LED lights, full-width LED daytime running lights, and slick new wheels. The XUV.e8 is supposed to show up by the end of 2024.

So, that’s the story of Mahindra’s cool new electric cars, the XUV300 EV and XUV.e8. These electric wonders show that Mahindra is serious about making more eco-friendly cars and making electric driving popular in India. We’re excited to see these cars hit the roads and see what Mahindra has in store for the future of electric driving in India. Stay tuned for more updates as Mahindra keeps changing the game for electric cars in the country.

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