Mahindra e2o 4-door reveals redesigned front-end in new spyshots

Posted on: Oct 1, 2016 - 10:12am IST

Expected to launch by this year-end.

The Mahindra e2o 4-door was spied testing recently near Bangalore, where Mahindra-REVA (now renamed as Mahindra Electric) has its base. The spyshot below reveals the redesigned front fascia of the e2o, which now sports a smaller grille and new chrome garnish, aside from a new Purple shade.

Mahindra e2o 4-door front spied testing
The Mahindra e2o 4-door is expected to pack a larger battery compared to its 2-door cousin.

Other spyshots below highlight the larger body of the electric vehicle, which will sport 4-doors in a bid to increase its appeal among family buyers. The Mahindra e2o 4-door is also reported to get a thorough design overhaul which will make it inline with other Mahindra products.

Inside, the fact that the e2o is an electric vehicle (lack of a center tunnel and fuel tank), would mean ample legroom at the rear, which will surely go appreciated by Indian buyers. Features seen in the current 2-door e2o such as a touchscreen entertainment system, all-digital instrument cluster and air-conditioning which can be controlled via a smartphone remotely, are expected to be carried over.

Mahindra e2o 4-door side spied testing
The Mahindra e2o 2-door is currently priced at INR 6.6 lakhs, on-road New Delhi, which includes an INR 1.24 lakhs incentive from the government.

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Mahindra Electric is also expected to upgrade the powertrain of the e2o which currently does with a 3-phase induction motor capable of 19 kW (25.5 hp) and 53 Nm of torque. This motor allows for a range of 120 km and top-speed of 81 km/h on the 2-door model.

The Mahindra e2o 4-door is reported to launch by the end of this year.

Mahindra e2o 4-door – Image Gallery

[Source – TechNWheelz and AnythingOnWheels]

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