Mahindra & Mahindra has unveiled five electric SUVs based on Volkswagen Group's MEB platform as the automaker seeks to expedite its lagging switch to battery-powered cars in India.
The Mahindra electric SUVs will be sold under two brands -- XUV and BE, the automaker said in a video presentation on Monday.
The vehicles were conceptualized at the Mahindra Advanced Design Europe in the UK.
They will be underpinned by Mahindra's new Inglo electric platform, which will offer battery capacity ranging from 60 to 80 kilowatt hours and fast-charging of up to 80 percent in less than 30 minutes, Mahindra said. It did not specify the range of the EVs.