Mahindra XUV400 was unveiled to the world for the first time on Thursday evening and will soon be offered to buyers in the Indian market. XUV400 from Mahindra will go directly against the Tata Nexon EV Prime and Nexon EV Max. The XUV400 is based on the eXUV300 concept that was showcased at the Auto Expo 2020. Mahindra has made some significant modifications to the electric SUV. It gets an updated exterior as well as interior so that it is easier to differentiate from the XUV300 that comes with a conventional internal combustion engine.
What is XUV400 battery pack all about?
The battery capacity of the XUV400 is 39.4 kWh and the battery pack is IP67 water and dust-proof. There is also a chiller and a heater for the battery and the battery itself is manufactured in India. The 50 kWh DC fast charger takes 50 minutes to charge the battery up to 80 per cent. If using a 7.2 kW/32A outlet then the battery will take 6 hours and 30 minutes to fully charge. The standard 3.3 kW/16A domestic socket takes 13 hours to fully charge the battery pack.