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Mahindra to introduce three new EVs for India

Mahindra to introduce three new EVs for India

Snapshot: The CEO of the Mahindra Electric informed that the company is currently working on three new electric cars with a higher range between 250 km to 300 km.

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The Indian automaker, Mahindra is gearing up to bring three new EVs by 2019-20 in the country. Motivated by the Government’s plan to electrify all the cars by the end of 2030, the manufacturer has certainly started to work progressively in the EV segment.

Recently, Mahindra India gave a presentation on the electric vehicles and green shipping in a seminar held at Norwegian Embassy in New Delhi. At the occasion, the CEO of the Mahindra Electric informed that the company is currently working on three new electric cars with a higher range between 250 km to 300 km. 

Presently, Mahindra e2o Plus and Mahindra eVerito are the only electric cars available in the Indian market for private usage. Now, with the electric revolution nearing in the country, Mahindra has plans to come up with more exciting products to add more to its current line-up.

It is clearly evident from the images used in the presentation that the upcoming electric cars could be Mahindra KUV100 Electric, SsangYong Tivoli and the Mahindra XUV Aero. As stated in the presentation, the KUV100 EV has a range of 350 km (EPA) and claims to accelerate from 0-100 kmph at a mere 9 seconds. Another EV, SsangYong Tivoli offers a range of 250 km (NEDC) and can attain a speed of 100 kmph from standstill position in just 11 seconds. Lastly, the most anticipated XUV Aero EV has a range of 300 km and claims to reach a speed of 100 kmph from zero in just eight seconds.

The homegrown automaker has been working on developing new powertrains for the upcoming electric models, which can develop up to 150 kW power against a peak torque of 400Nm. These powertrains are highly efficient ones, comprised of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor and vector controlled drive systems that can raise the efficiency from 80 percent to 94 percent. Moreover, the manufacturer is also focusing to introduce high-density batteries to the upcoming models.

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