While every car company in India is firming up plans to launch electric cars and trucks, we bring you the Best electric cars in India based on driving range, a list of options today if you wish to switch over to a car ownership experience that comes with almost none of the traditional running costs.
Managing Director of Ford India, Anurag Mehrotra will be leading the new joint venture company between Mahindra and Ford from April 1st, 2020. Mr Mehrotra has been appointed as the CEO of the JV, which is expected to launch as many as nine new products including compact and mid-size SUVs and Ford’s first electric car for India.
Update – We have our first spy photos of the 2021 Mahindra XUV500 from reader Shree Ganesh. Built on a new monocoque platform, the C-SUV will level-up on features considering the younger sibling XUV300 comes with a more equipment-rich spec sheet (dual zone climate control, 7 airbags, heated ORVMs and a 5-star GNCAP safety rating). Electrification of the XUV500 is another aspect that we’ll get more details of in the coming months as the company intends to electrify almost all passenger vehicles.