This is Mahindra's E2o, the much awaited electric car on the Indian landscape, we take it for a spin to find out how it feels and drives. The automatic gearbox with N, R, F (forward), B (boost) - makes it almost a boon for city traffic. The Lithium Ion batteries need to be replaced after 5 years as M.Reva claims and would cost Rs. 1.5 Lacs but in that gap, Mahindra expects price of battery to go down with technology advancements. The claimed range is 100 kms (with AC and music system).
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