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2025 Mahindra XUV700 EV Headlight Revealed Ahead of Official Launch, Check Details

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2025 Mahindra XUV700 EV. (Photo: Rushlane)

Despite sharing the same silhouette as the fuel-powered version, the EV is likely come with a revised bumper, updated grill, latest alloy wheels, and updated rear section.

Mahindra XUV700 is all set to take the electric route in India. The company is in the process of turning the apartment-size SUV into a fully battery-powered model. Ahead of the official release, some details about EV have been leaked on the internet, giving important insights about the vehicle.

It has been reported that the company has patented its headlight setup, which looks quite similar to the ICE model. However, it shows some enhancement, making it look more appealing than ever.

2025 Mahindra XUV700 EV Headlight. (Photo: Rushlane)

Here’s What to Expect

As per the leaks, the upcoming E-SUV will offer a triangle-shaped headlight unit, featuring L-shaped LED DRLs with ice-cube light treatment inside. The outer border is expected to be complemented by the same body color. It is expected that the vehicle might get the trending connected LED treatment at the back. However, concrete details are yet to be shared by the brand.

It has been reported that the company is putting extra effort into the upcoming EV to maintain the same charm as the ICE model.

Exterior

Despite sharing the same silhouette as the fuel-powered version, the EV is likely to feature some fresh aesthetics. It might come with a revised bumper, updated grill, latest alloy wheels, and updated rear section among other enhancements.

Some reports suggested that the electric model will arrive in India under XUV.e8 nameplate. It will be based on the company’s trusted INGLO platform.

Battery and Power

Talking the base variant, it will be powered by the 60-kWh battery pack with a single motor. As far as the top-end trims are concerned, they will be equipped with an 80 kWh pack, and will have dual-motor with AWD setup. The top models are expected to provide an impressive range between around 400 to 450 km on a single charge.