XUV400 Pro: Mahindra’s Electric Beast Gets Even Bolder

XUV400 Pro Mahindra's Electric Beast Gets Even Bolder

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The EC Pro and EL Pro are the two new Mahindra XUV 400 models that Mahindra & Mahindra have released. Priced at Rs 15.49 lakh for the electric version of the Mahinda XUV400, the EC Pro costs Rs 16.47 lakh with a 34.5 kWh battery option and Rs 17.49 lakh with a 39.4 kWh battery option (both Ex-showroom). These updated models come with a revised dashboard, fresh upholstery, and a host of additional functions. The new pro variations will be offered alongside the current models, and the external design is unaltered.

The XUV 400 Pro’s interior features a new center console with black and grey leather and satin copper accents. It now includes a piano black-finished flat-bottom steering wheel with copper stitching. With a larger 10.25-inch display, wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, AdrenoX-connected automotive technology, Alexa integration, and many other features, the infotainment system has been improved. Furthermore, the car has a 10.25-inch digital display.


Even though an ‘EV’ badge on the boot is the only new addition on the outside, changes to the XUV400 Pro’s interior are substantial. First, the all-black interior of the outgoing version makes way for a two-tone, ivory-and-black color scheme, which not only looks upmarket but light colors also accentuates the cabin’s sense of space and airiness. Tasteful treatments like the chrome door handles and splashes of copper highlights, as well as interesting details like the twin-peak pattern and copper stitching on the upholstery, feel special.

XUV400 Pro: Mahindra’s Electric Beast Gets Even Bolder

The only external update on the XUV400 Pro is an ‘EV’ emblem on the boot, while the inside has undergone significant modifications. First, the all-black interior of the departing model is replaced with a two-tone, ivory-and-black color scheme that looks more upscale and highlights the cabin’s feeling of airiness and room. Interesting features like the twin-peaks pattern and the copper stitching on the upholstery seem unique, as do tasteful touches like the chrome door knobs and splashes of copper highlights.

The talking point of this update is its new steering wheel and redesigned dashboard. The former looks like it has been lifted off its premium cousin, the XUV700, and to give it an ‘electric’ flavor, it houses a copper color ‘twin peaks’ logo bordered in blue. Analog dials of the outgoing car are replaced by a new, neatly executed digital instrument cluster; it is easy to read and its colored MID comes loaded with information.

The updated dashboard and revamped steering wheel are the main talking points of this update. The former appears to have been inspired by its more expensive relative, the XUV700, and features a copper-colored “twin peaks” emblem with a blue border to give it an “electric” vibe. The analog dials of the departing car have been replaced with a new, well-designed digital instrument cluster that has a colored MID that is jam-packed with information and is easy to read.

New Variants and Features

The current lineup of electric SUVs will get two new models: the EC Pro, which has a 34.5kWh battery, and the EL Pro, which has the option of a 34.5kWh or 39.4kWh battery. A 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay, and linked car functions are among the new features included in this upgrade. In addition, it has USB-C charging, a wireless charging pad, rear air conditioning vents, and a 12V charging connector. In addition, a tire pressure monitoring system is included; the previous version solely had a tire loss indicator.

XUV400 Pro: Mahindra’s Electric Beast Gets Even Bolder
Battery, Range, Drive Impressions
From behind the wheel, the XUV400 Pro feels extremely familiar because there have been no mechanical modifications. With either battery pack, its motor produces 150 horsepower and 310 Nm of torque. Additionally, we tested the long-range version (with a 39.4kWh battery), and in combined city and highway cycling, it reached a real-world mileage of 251 km.
XUV400 Pro: Mahindra’s Electric Beast Gets Even Bolder
Price Details
This is the best XUV400 version yet, and to be honest, this is how the XUV400 should have been from the start, with major interior and equipment enhancements. These, combined with attributes like excellent performance, decent real-world range, impressive low-speed ride quality, and a big cabin and boot, now put the XUV400 Pro in a considerably better position to take on the Tata Nexon EV head-on.
XUV400 Pro: Mahindra’s Electric Beast Gets Even Bolder

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Mahindra XUV400 EV range is 375 – 456 Km/Charge, it is ARAI mileage for all the available variants of XUV400 EV.

It has a mileage of 375 to 456 Km/Full Charge as per the listed information.

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