Mahindra To Launch Electric Verito In 2015


Tiny Mahindra Reva Electric e2o

Tiny Mahindra Reva Electric e2o

Finally, Mahindra has announced plans for its next electric car.

Unlike the tiny Mahindra e20, this electric car is sized right.

Mahindra says that an electric version of its compact Verito will go on sale in mid-2015.  It’ll mostly be sold to taxi companies and commercial fleets

Pawan Goenka, executive director of Mahindra, states:

“We are hopeful of it doing well in the categories.”

“Ideally, we look to sell around 100 units a month.”

Hindu Business Online states:

“The diesel variant of Verito has not fared well in the market so far.”

So, let’s hope that by going electric, Verito becomes a success.

Source: Hindu Business Online

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Colin gray

I take it back when I said my Leaf was ugly. That isn’t just ugly its Fuuugly.


Tastes are in nature.. And maybe it is very attractive next to sacred cows 😉


For me E2O is good.. what else u want at 10,000 USD price (without Subsidy). Now compare it with Leaf


way to go Mahindra! Now, about those electric Saabs…


Incase anybody is interested in more information on Electric Verito

Verito electric is fitted with a robust 29KW power train that emits fierce 39bhp power, it runs on advanced lithium ion batteries, and can cover 100km distances with seven hours of full charge, users have coined an interesting term for the battery called fast charge and the highest attainable speed is 85km/h and the expected price range is Rs 9 lakhs( USD 15000)




Actually its still not launched. I guess Mahindra is waiting for Subsidy announcement from Government of India which should come in Feb budget. If they will give subsidy as promised than Mahindra will launch ASAP else will wait for the subsidy again 🙂

Alonso Perez
The Verito is nothing but a first generation Dacia Logan (also sold as Renault Logan in some markets). The Logan is now in its second generation in most markets, so I don’t know why they are using the oldest model. The second generation Logan was introduced in 2012 and is not as boxy, so it probably has lower drag, though I cannot find figures. Dacia acts as a low-cost brand for Renault, and Renault-Nissan also has an alliance with Mahindra. So, surprise, our old EV friend Carlos Ghosn is directly connected to the EV Verito as well. The point of the Logan is to be cheap to manufacture. It serves developing markets, under Ghosn’s philosophy that these markets require cheap, simple cars, but not tiny cars since they should be able to transport a family. The reason I find the use of the old model disappointing is that an EV version of the new model could be exported to existing Logan markets, many of which lack any EV options at all. However, if they really do intend to use the old design there is no way the car can be exported to any country where the new Logan has been… Read more »

I read that Mahindra was the most interrested car maker in Teslàs open patents.