Mahindra has grand plans for the EV segment in India. Earlier this year, the Indian carmaker revealed a teaser of three upcoming electric SUVs. The teaser showed a dark silhouette of three different SUV concepts. Now, Mahindra has revealed a new teaser that shows more of the three cars. Also Read - Elon Musk says Tesla will not manufacture cars in India: Here’s why
The new teaser was shared by the company’s Mahindra Born Electric twitter handle. The tweet stated, “An electrifying presence that feels so human, it can communicate with you. With our Mahindra Advanced Design Europe team, we reimagine ‘Born Emotional’. Unveiling soon in July 2022.” Also Read - Hero Electric scooter Photon catches fire, company explains what went wrong
The new electric SUV concepts will be unveiled in the month of July this year. The SUVs have been designed at Mahindra Advanced Design in Oxfordshire, UK. Also Read - BMW i4 launched in India at Rs 69.90 lakh with 590 km range
An electrifying presence that feels so human, it can communicate with you. With our Mahindra Advanced Design Europe team, we reimagine ‘Born Emotional’. Unveiling soon in July 2022.
Know more: https://t.co/SubOYLyKSQ#BornElectricVision pic.twitter.com/rD5uQ6gpOk
— Mahindra Born Electric (@born_electric) March 2, 2022
What to expect from Mahindra Born Electric SUVs
The three SUVs showcased in the teaser are mostly going to be placed in different size categories. The smallest is expected to be a compact SUV. This vehicle may be built on a completely different platform in comparison to XUV300 Electric, that is scheduled to launch later this year.
The second model will be a bigger SUV which will fall in the mid-size segment. The Mahindra XUV700 fits the profile for this category. The new EV could be based on this segment. The XUV700 platform is capable of being converted into a battery-driven powertrain.
The third model in the line-up is a coupe-style SUV. This SUV will come with a sloping roof and is most likely to be labeled XUV900.
All three electric cars have a similar design language from the front. They all feature prominent c-shaped DRLs. While the concept cars may look similar, the final commercial variants might stand apart from each other. The Mahindra electric cars will be pitched against the likes of Tata Motors’ Nexon EV, MG ZS EV, and even the Hyundai Kona Electric.