Indian Utility Vehicle manufacturer Mahindra has a long range of vehicles in its line up. Also, Mahindra was the manufacturer who had launched a fully electric car when other manufacturers were busy making petrol and diesel cars. Mahindra earlier this year at the Auto Expo had launched their new electric vehicle e-KUV100 and had also showcased XUV300 electric concept. The automaker will be launching a production version of the same some time next year. Here we have digitally rendered images of electric XUV300 that shows how it would look like if it gets a coupe like design. These images have been rendered by Pune based INITIA designs and have been shared by Electricvehicleweb.in on their website.
The designers have completely changed the design of the XUV300. It does not look like a regular XUV300 at all. The XUV300 electric coupe concept gets redesigned front grille. It still has a Seltos-like LED DRL and the headlights are also LED units. The bumper has been redesigned and gets a faux skid plate and fog lamps at the lower part of the bumper.
Regular XUV300 has more of a boxy design which is common in most of the SUVs. Here in this concept, the side profile of the car gets a coupe-ish design which makes it look more sporty. It sits on huge diamond cut alloy wheels which gives it an aggressive stance. A lot is going on at the rear of this concept. It looks muscular and has a futuristic design. There is a pair of LED lights under the spoiler and the tail light is a single LED strip that runs across the boot.
The designer has even placed a badging of INITIA on the lower part of the bumper. There are reflector lights on either ends of the bumper too. This is just a product of artist’s imagination and the original XUV300 EV won’t be looking like this. The concept showcased at the Expo was inspired by its regular version. The upcoming e-XUV300 will compete with cars like Tata Nexon EV and MG ZS EV in the electric SUV segment. It is expected to be priced a bit lower than the Nexon and will be expensive than the e-KUV100 that was launched earlier this year.