Mahindra Electric Variant Confirmed of Scorpio And Bolero

Mahindra Scorpio and Bolero EV Details

Mahindra & Mahindra has announced its electrification plans for its entire lineup of Mahindra Electric Scorpio and Bolero. During the FutureScape Event, Mahindra’s executive director and CEO, Rajesh Jejurikar, revealed the company’s intention to gradually introduce electric versions of all its ICE models. The brand has a primary focus on electrifying its popular sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in the Indian market. This strategic move reflects Mahindra’s commitment to embrace electric mobility and reduce its carbon footprint.

Mahindra’s New logo for it’s EV lineup

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Mahindra unveiled a fresh logo for its electric SUV lineup during the FutureScape event. Alongside this branding reveal, they showcased the Thar.e concept. The company’s upcoming electric SUVs, including the electric Bolero and Scorpio, will feature the ‘.e’ moniker, distinguishing them as environmentally friendly variants. These electric models will be marketed as the Bolero.e and Scorpio.e. This reflectis Mahindra’s commitment to electric mobility and sustainability.

The Mahindra EV’s will be based on the INGLO Platform

Mahindra showcased its new electric vehicle platform, the INGLO skateboard platform, which will underpin their upcoming electric SUVs. These models will depart from Mahindra’s traditional ladder-frame chassis. Instead they will utilize components from the Volkswagen Group’s modular electric drive matrix (MEB) platform. The powertrain configuration will feature rear-wheel drive (RWD), sourced motors from Volkswagen. There is a possibility of an all-wheel drive (AWD) option with a dual-motor setup for the Scorpio.e. In a creative touch, the Oscar-winning Music Director, AR Rahman, will design and develop the sounds for Mahindra’s upcoming range of all-electric models, adding a unique auditory experience to their electric vehicles.

Will Mahindra completely scrap the Ladder-Frame chassis style?

Mahindra has clarified that it will not entirely abandon the ladder-frame chassis style. Models such as the Scorpio Classic, Scorpio N, and the Bolero lineup will continue to be available with internal combustion engines (ICE) and retain their ladder-frame chassis. These SUVs are significant revenue generators for Mahindra in the Indian market. The company will maintain offerings of both petrol and diesel versions of these vehicles, while also investing in their ladder-frame platforms.

When will Mahindra launch the Scorpio and Bolero EV in India?

Mahindra has not disclosed the launch timeline for the Scorpio.e and Bolero.e electric SUVs. It is expected that these electric models will be introduced after the launch of the four EV SUVs already confirmed, which is likely to occur after April 2026. Mahindra has ambitious plans, aiming for 20% to 30% of its SUV sales to come from electric vehicles by 2027.


At its annual Independence Day celebration, Mahindra announced big announcements, including the introduction of a pickup truck based on the Scorpio N and an electric Thar prototype. The company announced plans for ‘.e’-designated electric versions of the Thar, Scorpio, and Bolero. Mahindra also unveiled a new logo for its series of electrified SUVs. In the long run, all of their ICE (internal combustion engine) brands would be electrified, according to CEO Rajesh Jejurikar. These actions demonstrate Mahindra’s dedication to a future where all of its cars are electric.

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