Mahindra Launch Several cars in the EV Segment 2024

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Mahindra BE.09 & BE.07 Electric SUVs, BE.05

Mahindra is set to launch several cars within the EV segment in the coming years The manufacturer’s focus is to strengthen its position within the EV segment. This article discusses Mahindra’s upcoming EV cars, including the Mahindra XUV.e8 and Mahindra XUV.e9. Let’s learn more about them. Auto Desk, New Delhi – To establish its dominance in the electric segment, Mahindra & Mahindra is currently working on several EVs. The manufacturer will launch several cars in the coming years in response to the increasing demand for this segment. Here, we will discuss Mahindra’s upcoming electric cars.

Mahindra XUV.e8

The Mahindra XUV.e8 is based on the popular XUV700 SUV from Mahindra. The XUV.e8 has a redesigned front look to make it different from the regular engine version. It will have a bigger interior, measuring 4740 mm in length, 1900 mm in width, 1760 mm in height, and a wheelbase of 2,762 mm. It is expected to have an all-wheel-drive powertrain as well.

Mahindra XUV.e9

The upcoming EV will be introduced as a coupe version of the XUV.e8. It is said to have mostly the same features as the XUV.e8. Additionally, it will maintain several similarities in terms of interior dimensions with the XUV.e8. There is no information about its launch timeline, but it could possibly enter the market in the coming years.

Mahindra BE.05

Mahindra BE.05 It will be presented as a sport electric vehicle. The launch timeline indicates that it will be launched in October next year. It will have a length of 4,370 mm, a height of 1900 mm, a height of 1635 mm, and a wheelbase of 2,775 mm.

Mahindra BE.07 

Mahindra BE.07 The upcoming electric car from Mahindra, the BE.07, is listed at the bottom of the list. Updates about this car are also coming in. It is expected to be unveiled in the coming years.

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