Mahindra e20 rolled out in Nepal
Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles (MREV) has launched Mahindra e20, a zero-emission electric car, in Nepal.
The car, introduced as an urban mobility solution, is a fully-automatic car that comes with boost-mode system for rapid acceleration, said the company.
The company said electric vehicles could be a solution for a sustainable 'zero-emission society'. It may also reduce environmental degradation, pollution-related health concerns, climate change, energy security and rising oil prices.
Speaking at a launching programme, MREV Chairman Pawan Goenka said the electrical vehicles had been emerging as an alternative to fossil fuel-driven vehicles.
"With the Mahindra e20, we have taken the lead in not only creating a comprehensive ecosystem to nurture sustainable mobility solutions but have also firmly placed a choice in the hands of our customers," he added.
The advance technology fitted in the car allows the users to access the car by using remote system through a smart phone application.
The car can be charged using any 15Amp power socket available in a normal house-wiring system. The company claims that the vehicle could be fully charged in just five hours which enables it to run for over 100 km.
The high-end car features full digital-cluster, electrically-operated wing mirrors, keyless entry, projector head lamps, LED tail lamps, reverse camera, 4JBL speakers and two tweeters.
The Mahindra e20 is available in six attractive colours - Arctic Silver, Coral Blue, Eco Green, Oceanic White, Spanish Red and Sunfire Yellow.
Cabinet Shrestha, managing director of Agni Group - authorised distributor of Mahindra - said customers with the new electric cars could enjoy connectivity, convenience and mobility of an electric car with minimal cost of ownership.
Mahindra e20 has been priced at Rs.2.25 million.
(Posted on 15-08-2013)