Mahindra presenting ‘Future of Mobility’ at Auto Expo 2018

Mahindra Auto Expo 2018

To present 6 new electric vehicles, including 2 futuristic concepts, along with ‘global aspirational SUV’ and Stinger concept of its popular SUV.

Mahindra & Mahindra is all set to display new products under the theme ‘Future of Mobility’ at the upcoming Auto Expo 2018, Greater Noida. Mahindra’s sustainable mobility solutions are technologically advanced and aim to optimally address the evolving needs and preferences of today’s consumers, claims the company.

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The home-grown company is the leader of EV products in India, therefore its theme is based on the three pillars of Clean, Connected & Convenient (3Cs). The 3Cs envision a comprehensive automotive ecosystem that will drive a positive change in the lives of customers through new standards in futuristic and sustainable mobility solutions.

Mahindra Convertible concept

Mahindra is expected to showcase a sub-4m convertible SUV based on the TUV300 platform.

The company will display a wide range of clean electric vehicles across personal and commercial segments. These will include 6 all new EVs, of which 2 are inspiring futuristic concepts. In addition, there will also be a display of a first of its kind future electric architecture and an electric mobility platform that will drive connected experiences for consumers.

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Further, the company is renowned for showcasing exciting SUV and customised models at every auto expo, take for instance the Mahindra XUV ‘Aero’ Coupe or TUV300 ‘Endurance’ edition at the last auto expo. This year, Mahindra will premiere an all-new SUV claimed as “aspirational global SUV”, along with a limited ‘Stinger’ concept of an existing SUV.

Stay tuned at exciting live updates from the floors of Auto Expo 2018!


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