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Possibly tired of waiting for India to take to electric vehicles, Mahindra Reva has announced that it would soon export the e2o to countries that are more EV friendly, like Norway, towards the end of this year. The equipments list of the e2o will grow longer before it is sold in the European countries. A report on the Financial Express says that the company has been encouraged by the response it has...

An Indian Autos Blog reader snapped these images of the 2014 Mahindra Scorpio facelift while it was testing on the outskirts of Chennai, where the company has a research and development center. The Mahindra Scorpio facelift will be launched by the end of this year. Sources inform us that the front fascia is redesigned comprehensively with design changes being carried out to the headlights especially....

Forget the sub-4 meter SUVs/crossovers we covered a few weeks ago. The cars listed here, in comparison to the compact SUVs, can be considered full-sized. These cars have a more rugged appeal, get seven seats, and some have the 4×4 option. 1. Mahindra Scorpio Facelift The Mahindra Scorpio facelift has been testing for over a year now and we should see the car launch by the middle of the year....

Mahindra and Mahindra has transferred some of the know-how from its SUVs to its Farm Equipment Sector (FES) which launched the country’s first-ever CRDe tractor. The Arjun 605 MAT (Multi Application Tractor) uses a 3.2-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine for the truck that includes a common rail system. The 3,192 cc engine develops 60 hp for the Arjun 605 MAT, making it one of the most powerful tractors...

Mahindra has started working on the next generation 2017 Scorpio, even though the refreshed Scorpio on the current platform is yet to have its market launch. The next generation Scorpio will likely launch in 2016 and will be based on an all-new platform. The design of the front is clearly inspired by the XUV500. These spy pictures snapped by Motor Vikatan reader, Mr. Jeyavel, show an advanced prototype...

Two segments which witnessed robust sales growth in India last year were the compact sedan segment and the mini SUV segment. Essentially, these segments are identical in the fact that these cars are designed to take advantage of India’s sub-4 meter excise benefit. In this story, we list out 7 upcoming mini SUVs, all of which have one thing in common apart from their length: To match or exceed...

Indian Autos Blog reader, Mr. Nisheet Jain, spotted Mahindra’s upcoming compact SUV, which is codenamed ‘S101′, run on the highways of Chandigarh recently. Mr. Jain messaged that there were a fleet of test mules accompanied by a 2014 Scorpio prototype. The S101 is based on an all-new monocoque chassis developed by Mahindra, with certain inputs reported to have come from Ssangyong....

Update: Mahindra and Ssangyong have signed up with Japanese company Aisin Seiki who will supply these automatic transmissions. Mahindra will launch an automatic transmission variant of the popular XUV500 in the middle of next year, reports Autocar India. The Mahindra XUV500 automatic will feature a 6-speed transmission developed by group company Ssangyong. Ssangyong’s current automatic transmissions...