Mahindra Electric Christens All-New Car As ‘e2oPlus’
It might be no Tesla yet, but India’s lone full-fledged electric car manufacturer, Mahindra Electric built further on its reputation by christening its next-generation battery-operated four-door car as the e2oPlus, on Friday. The car is expected to be launched in the near future and will carry forward the company’s eco-friendly legacy, informed a press release.
On the occasion, Mahindra Electric director, Pravin Shah termed the new car’s unveiling as something about positive additions. “The e2oPlus is all about positive additions. We have incorporated additional space - something that would delight our customers,” he said
“We have also added extra range and fast charging, among other very interesting ‘pluses’. I am confident that this new model will be a game changer not only in the electric vehicles segment but also among all other categories of cars,” he added.
The e2oPlus is the all-new electric car from Mahindra Electric, a part of the Mahindra Group of companies. Prominent new features on the car include a refreshed design, an enhanced range and faster charging capacity, according to the company.
The car was spied recently, ahead of its launch and the most notable change on the outside was the four-door design of the car. The front fascia and the rear also resemble Mahindra’s design language from its other products.
The cabin is expected to feature an all-digital instrument cluster, a little more premium upholstery, while the touchscreen infotainment system, climate control system, smartphone connectivity and navigation tools are set to be carried over.
Under the hood, the familiar electric motor is set to perform propelling duties, but will be tweaked to generate a few extra horses. The powertrain in the current model of the e2o is good for 25.8PS of maximum power and 53Nm of peak torque.
The current range on the car stands at 120km as the manufacturer claims that it will be upgraded significantly. Expect the prices on the new e2oPlus to be revised at around Rs 6.5 lakh (on-road, Delhi), after subsidies, once it’s launched in India.
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