Mahindra e2o 4-door spotted for testing in Bangalore

Mahindra e2o 4-door spotted for testing in Bangalore

According to the images from the Team-BHP, the upcoming Mahindra e2o 4-door model has been spotted with the partially covered body on the Bangalore’s outer ring road. The 4-door Mahindra e2o is primarily designed for the European market and reported to launch in the Indian market before the end of 2016.

Related: Mahindra XUV 500 mild hybrid to hit the market in 6-12 months

Being a new generation electric car, the 4-door e2o model has spotted for testing for few times in the Indian market. As per the previous images, the all-new Mahindra electric car will feature the different and attractive design language. At the front side, the car feature the new grille with the vertical slats, clamshell hood and bigger headlamps. The read side feature the larger tailgate, the vertical LED taillamps and other features. As per the images, the longer wheel base prolonged to accommodate the additional doors.

The new electric car will most probably feature the bigger battery and have more boosting performance than the existing 2-door e2o, which is available with the 19 kW motor. The reports indicated that the company’s Qucik2Charge technology will be offered in the high end variants and the system helps to decrease the battery charging time.

Related: Mahindra continues the 1.99-litre engine SUVs in NCR/Delhi

The Mahindra electric car to be benefited with the incentives and tax benefits from the government under the FAME scheme. Mahindra plans to launch more hybrid cars and electric cars in the coming years for reducing the air pollution. Apart from this, Mahindra is going to launch the XUV 500 mild hybrid in the next 6 months or one year.

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