Mahindra has confirmed its new all-electric car, Mahindra XUV 300, launching in February 2019. Which offers a long range around 350-400 km on a single charge.
Mahindra XUV 300 Electric Has Two Battery Backups
The Mahindra offering Codenamed S210, XUV 300 comes up with two different battery backups, one is with the Standard Range variant and other will be an extended. The range the SUV is offering is super attractive to the buyers who will love to travel a lot and those who travel on an everyday basis.
Mahindra’s Collaboration With LG Chem
As the battery packs are of long-range variants, it gets the more powerful electric motor. The recent collaboration between Mahindra and LG Chem, it can be assumed as the batteries will be manufactured by the latter company, which will be the with the lithium-ion based chemical combination.
The collaboration will also make the supply of Nickel-Manganese-Cobalt based Li-ion batteries to Mahindra, which will be high in energy density which comes in compressed form.
Mahindra XUV 300 Electric Specifications
The company hasn’t disclosed the complete specifications of electric XUV 300. Dr. Pawan Goenka, Managing Director, Mahindra and Mahindra said, “When we bring out this product (XUV300) in the electric vehicle space, it’s going to create a lot of excitement. It will have 380 volts, 200 km range and there will be an option to increase the range upto 350-400 km and this is what will create the excitement at a price point.”
Dr. Goenka said, “I am encouraged with what’s happening but as of now, there’s no movement on the ground. All are probably waiting to see where the EV revolution goes. The support, desire, aspirations from the government is very high. Not a single department exists which doesn’t want to see EVs take off. We need to do more and Mahindra has always looked at how we can help in the EV movement.”
Mahindra XUV 300 Electric Price In India
The cost of an electric XUV 300 in India is much higher than the cost of the regular variant, between Rs 7.9 Lakh to Rs 11.9 Lakh.
There are other automakers along with Mahindra to launch their EV or hybrid products in India. The manufacturers such as Hyundai, Renault, and Honda come in the line and many automakers waiting for the FAME scheme announcement so that they can decide according to the subsidies and incentives provided by the Indian government on the electric vehicles.
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