Mahindra has been the pioneer of electric cars in India. The all electric Reva was the first electric car to be launched in the country. Mahindra has also mentioned its dedication towards the EV market in India and had also showcased four electric cars in the Auto Expo with the eXuv 300 being one of them. The Xuv 300 was one of the only Indian cars to get a 5-star safety rating. Find out more details below.
Design and styling
The car gets a closed grille with a diamond inlays in the headlight. The eXuv 300 gets an all-white colour along with ‘X’ themed elements in the grille as well as along the car. The eXuv 300 gets angular headlights that bend upwards and are outlined by a blue LED strips. The car gets the same family XUV look from the side since it is based on the XUV 300. It also gets a unique side-view camera that could replace the conventional mirror.
The wheels are also very futuristic in its design and will be somewhat changed when launched which will be 17 inches. The rear gets a makeover with the rear windshield being bent and the rear lights also getting a redesign. There is a blue stripe that runs between both the lights. The company has not revealed any specifications of the battery but we expected it to have a range of around 300-400 km.
Features of the eXuv 300
The interior is filled with high-quality plastics and it gets a massive touchscreen infotainment system, below which it gets controls for the car in a new metal design. The blue theme of the car is also carried on the inside with the seats getting the blue treatment. The gear lever also gets a completely new design and looks kind of like a BMW one. The eXuv 300 also gets a hill mode along with wireless charging and two charging ports. Also, the features that are offered in the Xuv300 such as seven airbags, ABS, EBD, traction control, ESP will be standard in the eXuv 300. Smart connected tech is also expected to be introduced in the car.
Launch and competition of the eXuv300
The car will be launched sometime next year since it is only on its concept stages. This would also mean that there could be a lot of changes between this car and the actual car that will be launched. Its main rival will be the Tata Nexon EV that has been recently launched. It could also be launched with two battery options. Check out our walkaround of the car: