Mahindra has unveiled its new INGLO EV architecture.

Mahindra has unveiled its new INGLO EV architecture.

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Mahindra has unveiled its new INGLO EV architecture. Mahindra has recently launched the XUV700 and Scorpio N to great success, and today the business signalled its intention to make a huge splash in the EV market as well. The Indian carmaker introduced its new electric architecture and five electric SUVs built on it at a large event in London.

The company’s new line of born-electric EVs, dubbed INGLO, will be supported by the modular electric skateboard when it debuts at the end of 2024. The platform will reportedly include Volkswagen MEB components, which is interesting because earlier this year, the two companies revealed their intention to explore such a concept. Follow For More Updates at

Mahindra has unveiled its new INGLO EV architecture.

Dimensions of Mahindra electric SUVs

SUVs with lengths between 4,368mm and 4,735mm will be constructed on the INGLO platform; for comparison, the XUV700 has a length of 4,695mm. The platform’s wheelbase will be adjustable, albeit only by a tiny amount of 13mm, from 2,762 to 2,775mm. The front and rear overhangs, which will have an 87 and 293mm bandwidth, will, nevertheless, be the major sources of variance.

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Ground clearance, a significant problem with most EVs, is another area Mahindra is paying close attention to. While others it has benchmarked have ramp break-over angles between 150 and 190 degrees and battery to ground clearances of 218mm, the business claims it is aiming for those values.

Battery for Mahindra INGLO EV

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According to Mahindra, its new architecture would make use of both Blade and Prismatic cell geometries in a shared battery pack design with standardised cell-to-pack technologies. Mahindra will employ the LFP chemistry, which, despite having a lower energy density than NMC-based cells, is thought to be safer. Batteries for vehicles will have capacities between 60 and 80 kWh and be able to accept a fast charge of 175 kW, which would charge the battery to 80% of its capacity in less than 30 minutes. According to Mahindra, the WLTP cycle should provide the 80kWh battery a driving range of between 435 and 450 kilometres.

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Mahindra has unveiled its new INGLO EV architecture.

Motors by Mahindra INGLO EV

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Both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive systems will be available in the new e-SUVs. The front motor’s maximum output is 109 horsepower and 135 pound-feet of torque, while the rear motor’s maximum output is 286 horsepower and 560 pound-feet of torque. The rear-drive variants will produce between 231 and 286 horsepower, according to Mahindra, while the AWD models will produce between 340 and 394 horsepower. A 0-100 kph time of between 5 and 6 seconds is what Mahindra guarantees.

Safety: Mahindra INGLO EV

Mahindra claims the INGLO platform automobiles will perform well under GNCAP, EuroNCAP, and BNCAP as well, keeping with its stated intention to have its new cars obtain a good score under the major NCAP programmes. The body-in-white is made of ultra-high strength boron steel and features three load routes to spread the energy from frontal crashes and battery protection. The importance of active safety has also been acknowledged, and according to Mahindra, the vehicles will have ADAS capabilities up to L2+ autonomy.

Handling dynamics of the Mahindra INGLO EV

Mahindra claims that with recent advancements in handling, semi-active dampers are being used to provide a balance of comfortable ride and superb handling. The Drive modes will therefore also affect the suspension responsiveness and feel when using active dampers. McPherson struts make up the front suspension system, while a five-link setup takes care of the back. Dual-pinion rack assist will assist with steering, while brake-by-wire technology, which is isolated from the hydraulic system and offers numerous braking modes for pedal sensation and recovery, will provide stopping force.

INGLO Mahindra EV features

However, the business did clarify that the vehicles will have a vehicle-to-load (V2L) capability to charge external electrical equipment like camping lights, for example. Given that the first of the new e-SUVs won’t be available for some time, not many of their specific characteristics were given.

The SUVs will have a front trunk or frunk in addition to a boot, and its enormous pillar-to-pillar triple screen setup, which consists of a panel housing three 12.3-inch monitors with a resolution of 1920 x 720 pixels, is likely to be the highlight of the interior. A HUD with enhanced navigation will also be available.

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Mahindra has unveiled its new INGLO EV architecture.

Launch of the Mahindra INGLO EV

Mahindra also disclosed during the launch that its new EV lineup will include two sub-brands: the XUV.e series and the BE series. The XUV.e8 will be the first to arrive in December 2024, followed by the XUV.e9 in April 2025, the BE.05 in October that same year, and the BE.07 in October 2026. The BE.09’s launch date has not yet been determined.

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