Mahindra XUV400 Pro

The debut of the Mahindra XUV 400 Pro versions was announced today by Mahindra and Mahindra. New versions of the XUV 400 are on the way. The EC Pro is priced at Rs 15.49 lakh, while the EL Pro is priced at Rs 16.47 lakh for 34.5 kWh and Rs 17.49 lakh for 39.4 kWh (both ex-showroom). 

The new models have a whole new feature set, along with a redesigned dashboard and new upholstery. The outside is left untouched, and the new pro versions will be offered for sale alongside the current models. 

Customers who are interested can reserve an EV starting tomorrow for Rs 21,000, and deliveries are scheduled to commence on February 1st, 2024.

The dashboard has been updated and new functionality added, but it is still fundamentally the same and does not receive significant styling upgrades. These are the primary talking points. 

For the duration that the outgoing trims’ supplies last, the new Pro range will be offered alongside them. On the XUV400, Mahindra has now added a Nebula Blue color option. 

VariantXUV400 EC ProXUV400 EL ProXUV400 EL Pro
Battery34.5 kWh34.5 kWh39.4 kWh
Charger3.3 kw AC Charger7.2 kW AC Charger7.2 kW AC Charger
PriceRs 15.49 LakhRs 16.74 LakhRs 17.49 Lakh

Mahindra XUV400 Pro: Updated Features And Interior Changes

The new 10.25-inch floating touchscreen is the main improvement for the XUV400, but it has forced a significant overhaul of the dashboard. 

Unlike the previous model, which had the AC vents flanking it on the sides, the new touchscreen now has them underlining it. The HVAC panel has also been totally redesigned, with updated switchgear and two rotary dials in place of the previous huge center dial. In between is a new digital MID.

The all-black interior has also been replaced with a new black-and-beige dual-tone design; the passenger side of the dashboard now has a gloss black garnish, but the subtle copper accents have not changed. 

Along with the new flat-bottom steering wheel, the instrument binnacle remains the same, but the analogue dials have been replaced with a brand-new 10.25-inch digital screen.

The revised XUV400 Pro’s two new screens now run the same Adrenox software as the XUV700, so its total capability will be far more advanced than the outdated 7.0-inch infotainment interface that was previously offered. 

Additional features include wireless phone charging, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear USB ports, rear AC vents, dual-zone climate control with memory, and Alexa connectivity. The last feature was sadly absent from the XUV400’s list of features.

With features like ventilated front seats, a motorized tailgate, 360-degree cameras, full-width LED light bands, and an even larger touchscreen screen on the top-spec edition, the Tata is still better equipped than the new Nexon EV, even with these modifications.

The Mahindra XUV400 EV’s mechanicals have not altered

As previously stated, there are no mechanical updates. The 34.5kWh battery is included with both the EC Pro and the EL Pro, while the latter can alternatively be ordered with the larger 39.4kWh battery. 

For both battery options, the EL Pro receives a faster 7.2kW AC charger, whereas the EC Pro only receives a 3.3kW AC charger. On the MIDC cycle, the claimed ranges for the two batteries are 375 km for the former and 456 km for the latter. 

An electric motor positioned on the front axle of the XUV400 Pro, producing 150 hp and 310 Nm of torque, powers both models. It goes on with regenerative braking, three drive modes, and disc brakes on all four wheels.

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