Mahindra aims to launch 2 SUV-based cars born in 2025

Mahindra aims to launch 2 SUV-based cars born in 2025

The price of fuel that continues to increase provides other strong reasons for adopting electric vehicles. Although this does not damage environmental benefits, Indian consumers generally tend to see direct impacts. And coupled with increased awareness, EV will definitely master the way again.

Mahindra and Mahindra car makers are also gung-ho about the future of mobility and ready with their electric vehicle blueprints. The company while revealing its financial results shared a plan that shows how the company looks at a gradual electricity.

Rajesh Jejurikar, executive director – Automatic sector and agriculture, Mahindra and Mahindra, said that the company aims to launch 9 different vehicles in 2026, where 6 will become hybrids / electricity. The company also works on 2 new products based on EV birth platform which is a special architecture for e-SUVs.

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Although not much known about these two SUVs at this time, however, the report shows that this will build the basis and will not be based on existing models from Mahindra. This fully electric vehicle is the Codeced Born EV1 and was born EV 2 and is scheduled to be launched by 2025-26. It is expected that Mahindra will use a modular architecture Scalable Mahindra Electric (MESMA), which is exhibited at an automatic exhibition of 2020, the battery package range in these cars.

Before entering all-electric mode, Mahindra and Mahindra will also come with four hybrid SUVs, namely – XUV300, XUV700, W620 and V201. These vehicles will pave the way for all electric vehicles and will compete with current generation cars such as Nexon Electric Tata, MG ZS EV and Hyundai Kona.

The company has announced that it will invest through the hospital. 17,000 in the next three years and out of this hospital. 3000 has been intended for the development of electric vehicles. This shows that the company’s main focus will remain in ice vehicles while EV market will still take several years to mature.

In the related news, US car maker Tesla moved forward with his Indian plan and was reported that the company had employed executives in this country and also looking for a place for the showroom in this country.

What is being said by the Indian government must resign after the initial push of its target for all electricity in 2030, which has agreed to Indian dreams EV. However, immediately, the federal government maintains a positive outlook against green vehicles.