Mahindra just lately introduced to carry 5 new electrical SUVs in India in coming years, revealing their massive plans within the EV phase. However, information of Elon Musk led Tesla backing off from launching electrical vehicles in India made headlines just lately after a protracted standing tussle between the US-based EV maker and authorities of India over import duties. A Twitter consumer just lately in contrast the announcement of Mahindra with Tesla’s exit from India in a humorous meme. What’s attention-grabbing is that Chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra reacted on the meme evaluating each the worldwide auto manufacturers.
The Chairman of Mahindra Group was amused by the Tesla vs Mahindra meme that surfaced on Twitter and reacted with a laughing emoji. “Tesla not coming to India,” learn the meme, with an image of actor Pankaj Tripathi and his well-known strains from a OTT sequence “Chinta mat kariye. Hum prabandh karte hain (Don’t worry. I’ll arrange something).” The meme applauded Mahindra for bringing EVs to India when Tesla has backed off from its plans to launch Electrical vehicles.
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) August 15, 2022
Earlier, Anand Mahindra shared a video of the 5 electrical SUVs that Mahindra has just lately introduced below their two new sub model, Mahindra BE and Mahindra XUV.e. The primary of the 5 SUVs is anticipated to hit the highway in late 2024 and might be primarily based on firm’s new INGLO platform. Mahindra pioneered the EV area by buying Maini Reva and launching Mahindra e2O in India, nevertheless, could not seize the market as they did not launch any new electrical automobile.
Tesla, however, made an enormous buzz in India after establishing their workplace campus in Bengaluru and importing just a few automobiles for homologation. Nevertheless, as a consequence of excessive taxes on import automobiles and authorities’s stance on Make-in-India, Tesla delayed the EV launch to an extent that studies suggests they’re exiting the Indian market perpetually.
Anand Mahindra on Monday mentioned the time is ripe to enter the electrical automobiles phase. “Today with government support, rapid lowering of the cost of ownership and increased consumer awareness of environmental awareness issues, we believe that the time is ripe and right for us to enter the four-wheeler markets with our range of battery electric vehicles,” Mahindra said.