Over the years, we have persistently evolved to become one of India’s leading brands. Our spirit to challenge convention and think alternatively has pioneered serveral business successes. Right from bringing the iconic Willys Jeep to India, to building India’s first smart truck – we have always dared to do the impossible.
Anand MahindraExecutive Chairman, Mahindra Group
Our transformation into a global innovation powerhouse is rooted in three guiding principles:
Do moreWITH LESS
The world seems to have lesser time, lesser patience, and fewer resources. Churning out products faster than ever, shrinking product life cycles, and getting more from every unit of input – all seem to be the order of the day. Businesses who succeed in the future will be those who master the art of doing more with less. We've been doing this for some time now, and our intent is to take it to the next level.
From nothing to nothing else will do
It was supposed to be impossible. No one had created a world-class car from scratch. So we did.know more
The future is collaborative. It’s what everybody is doing. And businesses are no exception. The faster we strike powerful partnerships, and the deeper we go, the easier it will be to develop innovative technologies for the market. While we’ve been doing a successful job of collaboration in India, we are now replicating this approach at the global level.
disruption of traditional businesses
Reinventing the supply chain – a radical process and technology shift to drive business growth into the future.Know more
Do itFOR ALL
Technology is most powerful when it is put in the hands of more and more people. Businesses that can create accessible innovations will own the future. Because what use is technology if it can only be used by a select few?
MECHANISED FARMING FOR EVERY FARMER
A first-of-its-kind tractor and farm equipment rental, aiming to drive farm prosperity.Know more
Imagine a car that empathises with you.
A car smart enough to figure its way around in traffic.
A car that’s not just a car.
Dramatic as it seems, these scenarios are not even close to capturing the disruptions that are underway. We are witnessing breakthrough developments in alternative fuels, traditional automobile technology and IT. And if that’s not enough, innovative business models like shared mobility may even render car ownership obsolete. What’s more, every aspect of owning, maintaining and disposing a car will change in a manner that we’d be hard-pressed to predict today.
So how do we compete in a dynamic environment such as this?
The world is urbanising at an astonishing rate. And with it come the problems of providing a rapidly growing population with basic amenities and smart solutions for a superior quality of living. From ensuring adequate housing, to meeting the energy and water needs of ever-expanding cities – challenges and opportunities occupy both sides of the coin.
Population explosion has put an unprecedented pressure on driving up farm yields. Add to this a shrinking resource base of land, water and labour.
How do we feed 8.5 billion mouths by 2030?*
Enter technology. With exciting new developments in precision farming, big data analytics, agricultural robots and more – the future looks bright.
*Source: UN World Report, 2015
A few years ago, did we think we'd have over a billion smartphones today? In less than a decade technology has had a dramatic impact on the world – and the next few years will only see its influence accelerate in every aspect of human life and economic activity. Right from household robots for chores, to artificial intelligence that can drastically reduce or even bring to zero the number of road accidents, to drones that can transport people – we will witness the power of IT permeate every aspect of our living.