Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles has launched a new Premium e2o variant with an extended 120 km range (single charge), and electric power steering. As of date, Mahindra e2os have run over 2 million kilometres globally to benefit customers, and dear earth, having saved on fuel and facilitated 0 tail pipe emissions.
Launched in March last year, at the historic India Gate in New Delhi, Mahindra Reva e2o sales have been below expectations. But even then, Mahindra is undeterred in their aim to make the car a success.
33 year old Indian engineer, Naveen Rabelli and his team have been working on a special project, called Tejas since 2012. Their aim is to spread awareness of clean energy around the globe. In order to do that, they aim to travel in their customized electric rickshaw from Bangalore to London.
Auto Solutions Limited has officially unveiled Mahindra Reva e2o electric car which was presented to the public at dealerâ€™s showroom at St. Johnâ€™s Road Bermuda. Manufactured at Mahindra Reva plant in Bangalore, India, the electric car will be exported as a CBU to Bermuda. Price starts from $22,995 (approx 13.8 lakhs).
Mahindra e2o compact electric vehicle was spotted testing recently on a high altitude location where electricity is profoundly scarce. Losar, a town near Chandrataal lake in Himachal Pradesh is where upgraded e2o was caught testing.
Mahindra Reva, the electric car company, a part of the $16.2 million Mahindra Group has entered into an agreement with cab rental company Carzonrent. Under the partnership, Carzonrent will offer Mahindra’s electric car e2o for self drive in the three cities of New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai from 1st October 2013.
Mahindra Reva, the electric car company of Mahindra Group, has launched the e2o in Chandigarh with an EMI option. According to this, e2o can be bought with a down-payment of Rs 1.5 lakhs and an EMI of Rs 12,802 for five years, taking the total cost to Rs 9.18 lakhs.
On the sidelines of annual conference of Confederations of Indian Industries, Dr Pawan Goneka, President (Automotive and Farm Equipment Sectors), Mahindra & Mahindra revealed that the initial response for their new electric car, e2o has been disappointing.