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MM’s e2o to bring down cost to 50 paise per kilometre

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NEW DELHI: years after the country’s electric car REVAi, Mahindra has launched a secondgeneration four-seat called the e2o that it says bring down the running to 50 paise per kilometre.

It’s a class innovation. Electric are not new to the world, but the e2o is the embodiment of the shift to the new for the Indian automotive industry. It shows that markets China and India would be a point for such world technologies of the future, said Mahindra Group chairman Mahindra at the launch.

Mahindra Reva, a part of the billion Mahindra Group, the e2o at Rs 5.96 lakh (on road in the national capital on Monday. The car be sold in eight major in the initial phase. Mahindra aims to sell around cars in the Indian market month.

The company claims driving e2o for an average distance of km/month would lead to worth Rs 70,000 every

The customers would get huge benefits on running the electric Besides cutting down on emissions, the running cost be as low as 50 paise per kilometre, Pawan chairman of Mahindra Reva Vehicle. said.

Since it the REVAi in 2004, the Reva Car Company, which changed its to Reva Mahindra after the Group acquired a majority in 2010, has managed to sell all of cars so far. The company is this time around customers will be drawn to emission-free and eco-friendly car attracted by the state governments offer.

In Delhi, the electric car carries a 29% in the form of VAT and sales tax exemption with a 50% exemption to road tax by the state government to popularise of such emission-free vehicles. helps compensate for the higher price of the car.

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Giving his on the future of the car, Sumit associate director, Synovate a global market research said, It may not be the right time for the of a pure electric car in India. The of charging infrastructure and power may make it unviable car for potential Adding to it, the ‘range anxiety’ of driving options on a full-charged would add to the woes of such

Companies have been to make it a success and I believe Mahindra’s must be working to put the environment in place to provide backup and other option for the of e2o.

The e2o uses next generation batteries that allow the car to a distance of 100 km per at full charge a top speed of 82km/hour.

Like all models the world over, the e2o a battery pack that charging from an external source. It can be plugged to a 15-ampere socket — that’s charging a mobile phone. The car be fully charged in around hours ideally consuming 10 of electricity.

The e2o will replace the compact that has been out.

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