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Mahindra in Future aims to Focus on Small Car, Compact SUV and New Scorpio

Car magazines and internet have lately gathered sufficient information on Mahindra’s future products. Mahindra fans will greatly admire the reputed auto major’s capacity to invent the monocoque chassis build in the XUV500. Mahindra and Mahindra is eminent for their string of sturdy and macho cars in the MUV market with the Bolero branding the firm with the prestigious tag of the third largest car manufacturer in India overriding even the successful Tata Motors.


Mahindra and Mahindra has a perfect vision for their future car line up with four exciting and stunning cars. Mahindra after, finishing its course of introducing new cars, focuses on minor details of facelift, with new surprise packages in 2015. The cars to vouch for in 2015 is the small car and new compact SUV. The small car will be Mahindra’s grand leap into the small car category which is a powerful segment in India with 70% car sales unit in India.

Mahindra is also due to introduce the most reasonable car of a compact SUV which is expected to fit in the INR 4-5 lakh segment. The small car and compact SUV segment will be developed in collaboration with South Korean shares of Ssangyong. The company is also manufacturing six new small cars with supreme engines with Ssangyong along with a modified Scorpio in 2015.

Mahindra has formulated a scheme for the coming few months, with new cars of Reva E20 an electric hatchback and Verito compact sedan. The E20 for its stacked compartments of an efficient electric car is priced between INR 5-6 lakhs which is scheduled to arrive in March 2013 after approval from Union Budget. The Verito CS is due to arrive with turbo diesel engine of 1.5 liter K9K units which will priced under INR 6 lakhs.

Mahindra has an interesting assembly line of cars with the E20 and Mahindra Verito CS. The Verito CS has been spotted often, with its test mules and spy images. The car was captured in Chennai and Nashik. The Verito CS will be designed with condensed engineering technique observed in the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire and Tata Indigo CS.

The test car in the outskirts of Chennai showcases elements of taillights which more or less adopts the design of the Tata Indica. From the images, it is evident that the Verito CS will be a trendy notchback with a 1.5-litre Renault K9K diesel engine as observed in the full-size Verito.

The Mahindra E20 is another dynamic creation of Mahindra with its strong foothold in the electric segment. The E20 will be equipped with supreme Lithium Ion batteries that can cover 100km per charge with ease in city conditions to commute long distances. The car can be charged with 15 ampere plug anywhere even at home.

The Mahindra cars to watch out for at the moment is the Verito CS and E20 both unique in its own way developed with advanced technologies of condensation and lithium ion batteries.