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The wait is over! Mahindra XUV900 and XUV800 coming, the curtain will be up after 3 days

New Delhi. Domestic automaker, Mahindra will unveil 5 new Bourne electric SUVs on August 15, 2022. The company will present these SUVs as concepts for the time being. These concepts have been designed by Mahindra Advanced Design Europe (MED) studio in Oxfordshire under the leadership of Pratap Bose.

These models will be introduced
A new media report has claimed that Mahindra will introduce the XUV900 SUV Coupe and the new XUV800 electric SUV, codenamed W610, in the UK on August 15, 2022. The report further claims that by July 2024, two new electric models will be launched in the country. The XUV800 is likely to be an electric version of the Mahindra XUV700.

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What will be special?
The report claims that the Mahindra XUV800 is expected to share the top hat or bodywork with the XUV700. In fact, the electric SUV will have a wheelbase of 2,750 mm and the silhouette will be similar to that of the XUV700. The EV is likely to come with a completely modified front and rear profile, which gets a blanked out front grille and new bumpers and lights.

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Likely to get these features
The new Mahindra XUV800 will be based on the company’s new born-electric skateboard platform. Not just the silhouette, the new XUV800 will share the interior including the seating layout with the Mahindra XUV700. The new skateboard platform will allow the flat floor and removal of the transmission tunnel in the XUV800. However, the new model will come with new trim and color changes in the interior. It is also expected to get a new Mahindra EV-specific infotainment system, which will include individual comfort presets that the owners can change.

It is also expected that the new Mahindra XUV800 will source the electric motors and battery cells from Volkswagen’s modular electric platform. The cells will be imported from Volkswagen’s plant in Salzgitter, Germany. Barring the battery cells and motors, all other electric components will be manufactured locally at Mahindra’s plant in Chakan, Maharashtra. The SUV is likely to get a battery capacity of around 77-82kWh, and is expected to offer a range of over 500 km. The top-end model is likely to come with a dual-motor powertrain with an all-wheel-drive setup.

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