Mahindra XUV.e8 spotted while testing in India, Check what latest leak reveals
The test version of the Mahindra XUV.e8 has been spotted on the Chennai-Bangalore highway and we are quite sure that the EV is moving closer to the launch date.
The test version of the Mahindra XUV.e8 has been spotted on the Chennai-Bangalore highway and we are quite sure that the EV is moving closer to the launch date. According to the latest picture shared by teambhp, we get some design features of the upcoming EV and we are quite happy about it.
The overall shape of the XUV.e8 is quite similar to that of the XUV700 and it is quite relevant from the front end. We get a continuous LED light bar that is vertically stacked. On the other hand, the rear end of the EV looks identical to the ICE version.
When it comes to the interior of the electric SUV, we get three large screens along with two-spoke steering wheels. The center console of the XUV.e8 consists of a conventional automatic gear selector along with a circular dial. The circular dial will help to change the drive modes. The XUV.e8 is expected to be revolutionary as it will be based on Mahindra’s INGLO platform. We are expected to get an 80 kWh battery pack that will be paired with a single or dual-motor setup.
We can expect to get a power of 227-345 bhp on the EV.
Recently, Mahindra Scorpio-N pickup has been spotted in India for the first time while testing. The camouflaged test mule of the Mahindra Scorpio N pickup was spotted in a camouflaged avatar. The vehicle has already been showcased in South Africa and it was dubbed as the Global Pik Up concept. The primary market of the Scorpio-N pickup is South Africa alongside Australia.
The camouflaged Scorpio-N test mule gets a basic double-cab layout with a load bed. The front end of the pickup truck appears quite unchanged when it is compared to the regular Scorpio N. However, it does not have aggressive bumpers, flared wheel arches as well as extended side steps like the concept. The pickup will have repositioned rear wheels as well as different rear doors.