M&M is developing a cutting-edge electric vehicle equipped with advanced functionalities at its state-of-the-art Mahindra Research Valley facility in Chennai. The vehicle is reportedly built on a born-electric platform with 5G connectivity and AI computing capabilities, enabling futuristic features such as mood detection and remote upgrades.
Poised as it is to roll out its all-electric XUV 400 in India and other territories next year, Mahindra & Mahindra have been hard at work paving the way for supercharged success by partnering with Gujarat-based company Charge Zone® to establish a convenient network of charging points across 25 cities. This will include 10 000 km of a highway!
If there is one thing we love most about being part of the Mahindra Group, it’s being a part of the solution. Most recently, Mahindra Electric Mobility Limited (MEML) had us all applauding at our South African Group1 Mahindra dealerships when we learned that they had partnered with Delhi-based start-up Terrago Logistics to make pollution-free last-mile delivery a possibility.
In April of this year, the e-vehicle portfolio developed by Mahindra Electric Mobility Limited was showcased at the Pune Alternative Fuel Conclave. This future-forward assembly is an initiative by the Government of Maharashtra, which brings together stakeholders from all industries and focuses on raising awareness about the need for clean mobility.
Does the thought of ladder-frame electric off-roading SUVs seem like something out of a science-fiction dreamscape? It might sound like it, but the good news is that this wonderful concept will become a reality fairly soon thanks to the design acumen of the R&D team at Mahindra & Mahindra.
The new e Alpha Cargo is a breath of fresh air in the land of smoky, noisy three-wheelers. It is a small tuk-tuk dedicated to cargo, electrically driven and the ideal solution to the last-mile conundrum – how to get individual parcels or smaller cargo from the station or depot to its destination in the suburbs or industrial parks.
You may have heard of SaaS, or Software as a Service. If you have not, you may well be using one or more SaaS offerings – Netflix or Showmax for example. SaaS means that instead of buying a product, you pay a subscription and get to use it. In motoring, there are similar structures, most notably MaaS (Mobility as a Service) and BaaS (Battery as a Service).