Mahindra and the Volkswagen intend to expand their cooperation. Both companies signed a term sheet on the supply of MEB electric components for Mahindra’s new, purpose-built electric platform INGLO, deepening the partnering agreement from earlier this year. The cooperation intends to have a volume of more than one million units over its lifetime and includes the equipment of five all-electric SUVs with MEB components. In addition, the two companies will explore further opportunities for collaboration, opening the perspective towards a broader strategic alliance to accelerate the electrification of the Indian automotive market.asMahindra showcased their new electric SUV family at the Mahindra Born EV vision unveiling event in Banbury in United Kingdom. The electric SUVs will be launched on the all-new INGLO platform architecture and are envisaged to be equipped with MEB components including the electric drivetrain, the battery system and battery cells. The term sheet covers all major commercial and technical terms, along with a path to the potential localization of the battery system. The final supply agreement will be negotiated in a constructive and legally compliant way by the end of 2022.Regarding the next step towards a possible strategic alliance for India, both companies agree to explore further potential areas of collaboration in the field of e-mobility, including vehicle projects, the localization of battery cell manufacturing and charging, and energy solutions for the electric ecosystem in India.With around three million new vehicles per year, India is one of the five largest automobile markets in the world and, along with China, the only region to record an increase in new registrations in the first half of 2022. The electrification of the passenger car segment is expected to gain significant momentum in the coming years.