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Mahindra Reva to launch the new e2o

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Mahindra Reva, a part of the Mahindra Group, is going to launch its next generation electric vehicle, the e2o, on 18{+t}{+h}March 2013.

The vehicle was first unveiled at the Auto Expo in New Delhi during January 2012.

Clean mobility

Commenting on the announcement, Dr Pawan Goenka, President, Automotive & Farm Equipment Sectors, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of the e2o, which will mark a significant milestone in Mahindra’s automotive journey.  Electric vehicles today epitomise clean and green driving and Mahindra wants to take the lead in developing this segment and its surrounding eco system.”

Dr Goenka further added, “We sincerely hope that such an initiative will find the desired support and incentives from all governmental agencies that will support us in this journey of providing clean mobility solutions.”

Self-fueling mechanism

The Mahindra e2o is the next generation global electric vehicle built on the capability of using the futuristic ecosystem of Sun2Car to derive energy from the Sun for urban mobility, while protecting and preserving the environment. The car will use next generation lithium Ion batteries and will have a range of 100 kms on a full charge, which is suitable for most urban commuters today. The e2o will enable users to carry out self-fuelling through any 15 amp plug point at home or at their workplace. This can be further augmented with the help of Sun2Car solar technology. 

Production details

The e2o will be produced at Mahindra Reva’s recently inaugurated production facility which is India’s first platinum-certified automobile plant located at Bengaluru. It has a rated manufacturing capacity of 30,000 cars per annum.

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