Mahindra XUV400 price, new features and trims leaked ahead of early 2024 launch


Dashboard will get new dual-tone finish and larger touchscreen, among others.

We have already reported to you that the Mahindra XUV400 EV is due an equipment upgrade that’ll be introduced sometime in early 2024. Now, a leaked internal document has revealed all the new features that the XUV400 will receive, chief among which will be dual 10.25-inch screens for the infotainment system and instrument cluster.

  1. XUV400 EV to get dual 10.25-inch screens with Adrenox software
  2. Dashboard to get new dual-tone finish, rear AC vents
  3. Launch expected in early 2024

Mahindra XUV400 EV new features revealed

The leaked document reveals the XUV400 EV will get two new trims – EC Pro and EL Pro. It remains to be seen if these new trims will be introduced alongside the existing EC and EL trims, or it replaces them altogether.

The higher-spec EL Pro trim will get the new 10.25-inch screen running Mahindra’s Adrenox software. It will also receive a new 10.25-inch fully digital instrument cluster – the current model uses two analog dials with a small digital MID in between. And while this will necessitate a major redesign of the dashboard, spy shots suggest that it will not be the twin connected screens as we see on the XUV700.

Other feature additions will include a dual-zone climate control with a memory function, wireless phone charger, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Alexa connectivity, rear USB ports as well as rear AC vents which had been sorely missing from the XUV400 so far. The all-black dashboard in the current model will make way for new dual-tone finish, and there will be a new flat-bottomed steering wheel as well.

We, however, do not expect major cosmetic updates to the extent of the XUV300 facelift that’s also due sometime in early 2024. There could be minor updates here and there, but the overall design will likely remain unchanged.

Mahindra XUV400 EV: no mechanical updates

There will also be no updates on the mechanical front. The leaked document reveals the EC Pro will get the 34.5kWh battery while the EL Pro will get the larger 39.4kWh battery. The former has a claimed range of 375km while the latter has a claimed range of 456km, both on the MIDC cycle. Mahindra could, however, consolidate the lineup by offering the faster 7.2kW AC charger as standard on both variants.

Both variants are powered by a front axle-mounted electric motor that produces 150hp and 310Nm of torque. It also will also continue with disc brakes for all four wheels, regenerative braking and three drive modes.

These updates should help the XUV400 close the gap to the Tata Nexon EV which recently took a huge leap with a mid-lifecycle facelift. Expect a notable step up in prices as well.


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