Peugeot XP400 will be available in two variants, Allure and GT, focused on on-road and off-road, respectively
While it couldn’t gain traction in ICE two-wheeler segment, the EV space presents entirely new possibilities for Mahindra
There hasn't been any word on a specific launch timeline for Peugeot Django 125 in India until now
In addition to receiving a ban on sales of Metropolis in French and Italian territories, Peugeot Motorcycles has also incurred heavy fines in both the markets
Mahindra owns Peugeot Two Wheeler division and has plans to launch scooters in India
After its international launch earlier this year, Peugeot Pulsion has been spotted in India for the first time.
The brand will launch 7 products in the next two years.
Peugeot Motorcycles, a Mahindra subsidiary sees Mahindra own 51 percent of Peugeot Motorcycles since 2015. PSA Group owns the remainder 49 percent. Mahindra Group also has the Genze subsidiary, and electric bicycle and scooter brand.