Mahindra will soon launch its electric car Mahindra EQU100 in the Indian market. This affordable EV has recently appeared during testing. In the images, it looks a little different from the model shown at Auto Expo 2020. The use of blue can also be seen in the alloy wheels of the model introduced at the Auto Expo, but this is not the case with car alloy wheels in recent films.
However, the design of the car is often reminiscent of the regular KUV100. The biggest difference in the design of the car lies in its front grille. Inserts such as arrowheads are provided on the grill. The six inserts are blue and body colored. The blue element is also found on the car’s headlights and taillights. The + and – symbols are also given above the numbered play housing.
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The range will be up to 150 km
Mahindra EQU 100 Battery with 15.9 KW. Its electric motor produces 54.4 hp of power and 120 Nm of torque. The battery can be charged to 100% charge in 5 hours and 45 minutes using a simple charger (using the port on the front right fender) and the fast charger can go up to 80 percent in 55 minutes (using the port on the front left fender). At full charge, the car is 150 km long. Offers range up to
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How much does a car cost?
Currently, it has no direct competitor in the market. However, there are reports that Maruti Suzuki Electric Wagon R and Hyundai are also working on an affordable electric car. According to media reports, the Mahindra EQV100 is priced at Rs 9 lakh to Rs 13 lakh. The company brings it under 9 lakhs, making it the cheapest electric car in the country.
(Photo Credits: Autocar India)