Looking for an Affordable EV in India? – Mahindra eKUV100

Mahindra Electric SUV eKUV 100 - EV Duniya
Mahindra Electric SUV eKUV 100 - EV Duniya

With the focus now shifting towards Electric Vehicles, Mahindra plans to electrify its entire lineup of cars in the near future and the eKUV100 is a step in the same direction. The electrification of XUV300 is also in the works.

The Mahindra eKUV100 was first showcased at the Auto Expo in 2018 and is essentially the electrified version of KUV100. The eKUV100 comes with an electric powertrain of the eVerito.

The eKUV100 is expected to come at an affordable price of under 9 lakhs for commercial use and is slightly cheaper than its sibling, the eVerito. It is also expected to be somewhat cheaper than the upcoming home-grown Tiago and Tigor Electric Vehicles from domestic competitor, Tata.

Specifications of Mahindra eKUV100 – EV Duniya

Price (₹)

8,25,000/- (Est.) (Ex-showroom)

Engine Type

Electric Motor


3-Phase AC Induction



Max Power (BHP @ RPM)

39.6 @ 3500

Max Torque (Nm @ RPM)

91 @ 1050


Automatic (Electric)

Body Type


Fuel Type


Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)

72V Lithium-Ion

Full Charge Range

140 Kms (Full Charge)

Seating Capacity (Person)

5, 6

Suspension Front & Rear

McPherson Strut, Twist Beam

Brake Type Front


Brake Type Rear


Lenght (mm)


Width (mm)


Height (mm)


Dimensions – Wheelbase (mm)


Ground Clearance (mm)


Turning Radius (Metres)


Boot Capacity


Kerb Weight

1100 Kgs (Est.)

Tyre Size



Dual airbags, ABS, EBD


Mahindra e2o NXT, Tata Tiago Electric

0-60 km/hr

11 Seconds (Est.)

Top Speed

75 km/hr (Est.)

When launched, the Mahindra eKuv100 is expected to be one of the most affordable electric vehicles in the country. The price will also vary depending on the states and the incentives the state government provides on electric vehicles. The  eKUV100 will be followed up with the XUV300 Electric, and the Ford Aspire based sedan under the Mahindra-Ford joint venture.

The Mahindra eKUV100 will compete against the Tata Tigor EV in a similar price range. Apart from the eKUV100, the Indian market has already witnessed the launch of Tata Nexon, MG ZS and Hyundai Kona Electric Vehicles, though all these are in the higher price bracket.

Akshay Nimbalkar
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