The company says that all of its new SUVs have been built on its new Heartcore design philosophy which apart from giving them a bold and ‘electrifying presence’, retains the iconic Mahindra core SUV heritage.
As far as safety goes, the company claims that its electric SUVs will meet the ‘highest vehicle safety norms’. Mahindra further adds that its EVs will be designed for utmost battery safety standards and won’t be limited to regulatory compliance. All of its eSUVs will feature a structural cage around the passenger cabin for higher safety. Also, the frontal design of the cars’ body will be enhanced with three load paths as well as a multi-piece dash panel with reinforcement. Mahindra further points out that its eSUVs are tested at the world’s largest battery development and testing center. With 5 Radars-1 Vision ADAS architecture, its EV platform – INGLO is futureproofed up to L2+ autonomy, as per the company.
Mahindra electric vehicles will make use of a common battery pack design with lean modules and standardized cell-to-pack technology with two different cell architectures – Blade and Prismatic. These SUVs will be offered with a variety of battery pack capacities ranging from 60-80 kWh. Also, these will be supported by 175 kW fast-charge and charging up to 80% in less than 30 minutes, the company has informed.