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OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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Mahindra & Mahindra

eVerito

2016 A compact electric sedan
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Mahindra & Mahindra

eSupro

2016 A light electric van
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 News
Aug 09, 2022

On July 20, Mahindra South Africa announced that it looks forward to further developing its facility to increase production volumes with higher local content and to also expand its reach into more countries in Africa. Mahindra South Africa first opened the assembly facility in May 2018, with a single assembly line and limited vehicle line-up.
Since then, the facility has reached peak single-shift production and added several additional models, special editions, and customized vehicles, which it builds in partnership with the team at Mahindra Special Fitment Centre in Gauteng. Mahindra and its assembly partner, AIH Logistics, build a near-complete range of Pik Up models, including the highly popular Karoo and specialized models such as the Pik Up Ambulance.

(Mahindra South Africa press release on July 20, 2022)

Aug 01, 2022

On July 30, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. announced that it has recorded 100,000 bookings for the all-new Scorpio-N within 30 minutes of the booking commencement. As per the company, the Scorpio-N recorded 25,000 bookings within one minute of booking commencement.
The deliveries of the all-new Scorpio-N will begin September 26, 2022, onwards. Over 20,000 units of the all-new Scorpio-N are planned for delivery by December 2022 wherein the Z8L variant will be prioritized. Mahindra will inform the customers about their delivery date by the end of August 2022. The booking website handled the huge rush of orders well, but there was a brief glitch with the payment gateway provider.

Based on Mahindra & Mahindra press release

Jul 29, 2022

On July 25, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. announced that Mahindra is working with Visteon Corporation to bring world-class, transformative in-vehicle experiences to the all-new Scorpio-N, utilizing the 3rd Generation Snapdragon Cockpit Platforms from Qualcomm. It features a 17.78 cm color Driver Information Display and a 20.32 cm infotainment system with navigation. Leveraging the scalable AI-based Snapdragon Cockpit Platforms, the Scorpio-N provides a new level of personalization and natural interaction between a vehicle and its driver, as well as virtual assistance. 
A key component of the Snapdragon Digital Chassis technology suite, the third Generation Snapdragon Cockpit Platforms are designed to support higher levels of computing and intelligence needed for advanced capabilities featured in next-generation vehicles, helping to enable contextual safety use cases for drivers and passengers, which includes facilitating driver monitoring and object detection, as well as helping to ensure the security of personal and vehicular data. Additionally, the third Generation Snapdragon Cockpit Platforms feature an advanced suite of wireless technologies to support multi-mode cellular connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, as well as enhanced Bluetooth technologies.

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. press release