Mahindra XUV400 EV Facelift Spied Testing: What We Know

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Alongside the XUV300, Mahindra is set to update the XUV400 EV and the latest spy shots reveal the updated front fascia

As we all know Mahindra & Mahindra is readying the XUV300 Facelift for the Indian market and the test mules have been spotted a number of times, revealing an array of important details. In the latest development, its EV sibling, the XUV400 has also been caught testing and we got a sneak peek into the updated front fascia. Let’s have a look at the details of the Mahindra XUV400 EV Facelift.

To begin with, the Indian SUV maker will launch the updated XUV400 alongside the XUV300 Facelift or maybe a few days after it. Much like the current scenario, both cars will share their exterior design, interior layout as well as features on offer. The spy shots shed light on the new front fascia and updated headlamp design.

Inspired by the BE.05 electric SUV which is yet to be launched, the test prototype can be seen sporting the C-shaped LED DRL accompanied by the main headlamp unit and a round light that can either be the fog lamp or the part of the main headlamp assembly. The torn camouflage also reveals the blanked-off front grille finished in Mahindra’s staple copper colour denoting its EV identity.

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Apart from this, keen eyes can also the front parking sensors that are missing in the existing model. Moreover, the roof and front windshield also have some sort of sensors suggesting that we can get ADAS in the updated XUV400 EV. The overall silhouette remains exactly the same, however, the side cladding seems a bit thicker as compared to the current model. It will come with a new set of alloy wheels and the rear profile will get C-shaped tail lamps, something we saw on the test mule of the XUV300 Facelift.

Inside the cabin, expect a new layout and multiple feature additions to be a part of the package. The powerhouse of the XUV400 EV will likely remain the same constituting a 39.4 kWh battery pack for the long-range variant with a claimed output of up to 456 kilometres on a single charge.

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As for the power figures are concerned, the EV SUV puts out 150 bhp and 310 Nm of peak torque. Mahindra could take this opportunity to tweak the powertrain of the XUV400 EV in the interest of an enhanced range and we also expect the pricing to get a minor bump.

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