Mahindra launches electric car ‘e2o’

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Mahindra launches electric car ‘e2o’

Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) has launched its electric car ‘e2o’ in the UK market today. The $17 billion automotive and technology company has been keeping its work quality intact. Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra showed his joy and satisfaction in this event


“I am very proud to announce that the e2o is now available in the UK and this marks a true milestone for the Mahindra Group. I invite people to come and test drive the Mahindra e2o ‘ElectriCity Car’ and help drive a positive change to the air quality in their cities”

Some of the key features of the car:

  • top speed of 63mph (100.8 kph), the 13.9kWh lithium-ion battery has 42bhp and 67lb ft of instantly available torque and takes nine hours to charge from empty.
  • Dual SRS Airbags, Anti-Lock Braking System, Electronic Stability Control and a regenerative braking system.

Mahindra & Mahindra President and Chief Executive (Automotive) Pravin Shah talks about the reason behind this car launch. According to him, there has never been a better time for people to explore the changes into electric, and with the e2o there has never been an easier or more budget friendly way to take the chance and make differences.

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While talking about their innovative motive and advancement he added:

“This makes it the ideal urban runabout or second car for the two-and-a-half-million UK households that can charge the car at home in a driveway or garage,”

Mahindra sells its cars in different Asian countries like Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and India but its sales are going to a loss in some parts due to competition from cheaper conventional models and a lack of charging points and stable electricity supplies. Thus the brand looking for Europe and Scandinavia and the Netherlands as the next places it could launch, Chairman Anand Mahindra informed Reuters.

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