Mahindra licensed the original Willys Jeep design years ago.
The PF0 Concept will boast massive horsepower and a mega price
Indian automaker Mahindra has announced the launch of Automobili Pininfarina, a new standalone sustainable luxury vehicle brand, with plans for a new electric hypercar in 2020.
We've already posted a few spy shots of different companies' ideas for the new United States Postal Service mail truck. One of the six companies that were awarded prototype-building contracts is the Indian Mahindra, which is eager to gain a foothold in the U.S. no matter what the niche. Now, Mahindra's mail truck prototype has been spied testing on Ohio roads.
Ford has announced that it will co-develop an SUV with Mahindra, the Indian manufacturer of tractors, EVs, and most importantly for this story, trucks. The new SUV will use a Mahindra platform, and it's implied that Ford will do the heavy lifting on the rest of the vehicle. The two companies will also develop an electric vehicle, perhaps with input or branding with Mahindra's Pininfarina subsidiary.
A little while ago we wrote about ItalDesign's Zerouno supercar, which is sold under the company's own brand name. Another design house, Pininfarina, will also become a carmaker brand, as it prepares to launch a hypercar with Mahindra investments backing it up.
It should be a hoot on trails.
Mahindra is a major tractor manufacturer and has been building EVs for years.
Does any of this sound familiar?
It's a win-win for two big global players.
Losing money, but only because the series is investing in the future.
Every automaker wants in on the crossover segment.
Would like some emissions with your mail, or rather not?
San Fransisco's electric scooter service add to its network while celebrating a million electric miles.
A new study suggests that annual spending on autonomous-driving technology could hit $25 billion by the end of the decade.
Models by Hyundai, Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra and Renault reached clean zero results.
Indian automaker Mahindra has reinvigorated its aging lineup with the introduction of the new KUV100 – the "Kool Utility Vehicle" – packing a new family of engines. Just don't expect to see any on American roads any time soon.
Gisli Gislason, a long-time EV advocate from Iceland, tours India with Mahindra Reva in a trio of e2o electric vehicles. It sounds like fun.