Mahindra XUV700 electric spotted testing in Bronze colour
Mahindra XUV700 electric test mule spotted. The upcoming electric SUV is believed to be based on the INGLO platform. The test vehicle showcases a bronze chrome finish, catching the eye with its distinct look.
In terms of design, the electric SUV retains the same body structure as its traditional internal combustion engine counterpart. However, the Indian UV maker will make some cosmetic changes to differentiate the two. It will get a blanked-out EV style front grille and different trim elements. The exterior colour resembles the shade seen on the XUV.e8 prototype revealed in the UK last year.
The interior is likely to get heavily revised. It will feature a horizontal display with a triple-screen setup. The interior colour options will be new as well offering more premium look.
The carmaker has not revealed any specifications yet. However, it is expected to be built on Mahindra’s INGLO modular electric platform. This platform offers support for battery packs ranging from 60 to 80 kWh and allows for both rear-wheel drive with a single motor and all-wheel drive with dual motors.
We can expect a range of up to 500 km on full charge. Once launched, it will compete directly with the upcoming Tata Safari EV.