Before the debut of Mahindra showed its new XUV400 EV crossover

Before the debut of Mahindra showed its new XUV400 EV crossover

Mahindra unveiled its new XUV400 EV crossover ahead of debut

The new 2023 Mahindra XUV400 EV is being previewed ahead of its global debut on Sunday 8th. So, the publisher published an official teaser of his first electric crossover at Merezhya. The car showcases blue bodywork, a new front end style and lower design elements.

Mahindra unveiled its new XUV400 EV crossover ahead of debut

As can be seen in the images, the front of the electric crossover is fitted with daylight running lights, surrounded by a headlight unit. Such a victorious design is also considered by the actual models of the brand. For example, the XUV300 DRL “fall out” from the optics. The new XUV400 also removed the closed radiator grille from the X-like little one. Vaughn vikonana in black and turquoise colors. In addition, a new Mahindra logo has been inserted here, which I can call Twin Peaks. Vіn improvements with bronze. The front bumper has been stripped off the aggressive fold with a fold, in which there are foglights that look like a ventilation opening. Besides, here you can add a lot of bronze accents. On the side of the XUV400, little is seen in the XUV300, the shards may have a similar curved body and characteristic lines. Behind the crossover, stripping off the light from the rounded corners.

Although Mahindra has not yet officially revealed details about the transmission of the new SUV, it will be equipped with jacks, it will be equipped with one front electric motor, which looks like about 150 Chinese forces of tension. There are also two battery options available. As far as equipping, the Indian model will take an updated information and distribution system that shows data specific to the electric car. In addition, the SUV can get Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technology.

Mahindra unveiled its new XUV400 EV crossover before debut

Mahindra's new XUV400 hits the electric segment crossovers, where the Tata Nexon EV is on the Indian market, which currently has no direct competitors, the expensive MG ZS EV and Hyundai Kona EV. In 2024, the rotisserie can also present its first green pozahlyakhovik.

Before the debut, Mahindra showed its new crossover XUV400 EV