This Mahindra eKUV100 It has been discovered in the form of its production specifications. This is the first time we have been completely unabashed on the road. After a series of delays, Mahindra now expects to launch an affordable EV in early 2022.The model in the spy image is even different from eKUV100 Debut at Auto Expo 2020.
- Mahindra eKUV100 is equipped with a 15.9kWh battery and claims a cruising range of 150 kilometers
- Its single electric motor produces 54.4hp and 120Nm
- Compared with conventional KUV100, it has a slight change in design
Mahindra eKUV100: Design
In most cases, the design of the production specification eKUV100 is very similar to the internal combustion engine driven KUV100. The only major difference is the new closed front grille (used to improve aerodynamics) with small arrow-shaped inserts-six of which have a blue finish, two flaps-each front fender Previous-Cover the charging port. In addition, there are some blue accents on the headlights and taillights. The license plate shell on the tailgate also has a weird “+” and “-” symbol to help further distinguish.
There are some subtle differences between the eKUV at the Auto Expo and the eKUV seen in these images. Most notably, the Expo model has a set of different alloy wheels with blue inserts on each spoke, Mahindra Electric (ME) logo on the charging cover, and a unique triangle logo on the C-pillar.
Mahindra eKUV100: Powertrain
The eKUV100 is equipped with a 15.9kWh battery pack, which can power an electric motor that can produce 54.4hp (40kW) and 120Nm. Use a normal charger (use the port on the right front fender), the battery can be charged to 100% in 5 hours and 45 minutes, or use a fast charger (use the port on the left front fender) to charge to 100% in 55 minutes 80%. Mahindra also claims that this configuration can provide up to 150 kilometers of cruising range, but the automaker is working hard to upgrade the battery to further increase the cruising range.You can read our eKUV100 prototype review Learn how this car will drive on our roads.
Mahindra eKUV100: competitors and expected prices
Once launched, Mahindra eKUV100 will not have any direct competitors in India.However, considering that this will change, Maruti Suzuki is studying Full electric station wagon R with It is said that Hyundai Motor is also developing affordable electric cars For our market.
In terms of pricing, eKUV100 is expected to be priced between 9-1.3 million rupees.If Mahindra’s pricing is aggressive enough, eKUV may be India’s most affordable electric car, or even cheaper than both Power map (Rs 912,000) and Tata Tiger Electric Car (Rs 958,000).
The price is for the former showroom, Delhi
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