Mahindra-born electric SUVs are again showing an ‘evocative’ design

Mahindra Born EV interior teased again


Mahindra & Mahindra has released another teaser video for their upcoming Born EV concept, before their official release in July 2022

Mahindra & Mahindra will unveil three electric SUV concepts in July this year, and before that, the manufacturer has released multiple teasers for them. The latest teaser video gives us a closer but brief overview of the interior and exterior design of this upcoming EV, and it certainly excites us for what is to come.

The cabin of the EV shown in the teaser below has a cockpit-style design with LEDs running across it – from the center console to the driver’s side door. We also see a rotating knob and a chunky lever on the center console, which probably controls the drive selector. The concept vehicle gets sporty bucket seats, with a wrapped headrest.

Exterior design elements visible in the video include a sporty and futuristic design with alloy wheels and a rear-view camera instead of ORVM. We also see a fin-like pattern on the running cladding along the length of the car near the bottom. Also, you pay attention, the panoramic sunroof is visible here.

Thanks to previous teasers, we know that M&M will offer a dual-screen setup on the Born EVs, which we see on the Mahindra XUV700. Also, vehicles will have bold LED DRL and LED taillights across the face and tail, respectively. These concept electric SUVs are designed by UK-based Mahindra Advanced Design Europe (MADE).

Of these upcoming Mahindra Born EVs, two will have a “traditional” profile, and one will be a coupe-style SUV (rumored to be the XUV900). These EVs will be built on M & M’s new Burn Electric platform, and they will not share their architecture with existing IC engine vehicles.

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During its annual analyst meet last year, Mahindra & Mahindra unveiled plans to launch Born EVs between 2025 and 2026. However, with the pressure for electrical mobility in the Indian automobile industry, we can see the production version of this concept EVs. Even before that.

The EV is not the only electric car Mahindra & Mahindra is currently operating. The brand plans to launch its KUV100-based EV in India soon, followed by a Mahindra XUV300-based EV.

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