India's i3 - the Mahindra e20

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Post by g4qber » Sun, 09 Aug 2015, 18:44

http://mahindrareva.com

India's i3
weighs only 830kg.

2 real doors just like the i3.
2011 i-MiEV - 123 kms dec 2017

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Post by 4Springs » Mon, 10 Aug 2015, 00:42

48V, 19kW, 81kph
I guess it must be cheap!

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Post by offgridQLD » Mon, 10 Aug 2015, 00:47

Perfect little car for the slow crowded conditions in the city's over there.


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Post by 4Springs » Mon, 10 Aug 2015, 00:51

If I've done the conversion right it is about AU$10,000.
I could buy two of them for the money I've spent converting my Brumby!

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Post by carnut1100 » Thu, 01 Oct 2015, 00:32

I heard they are modifying it to comply with EU regs...which means ADR would be a doddle...

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Post by Jasmin » Thu, 26 Nov 2015, 14:43

Yep, there are a lot of rumors about it. Their last car (the Reva I / G-wiz) sold quite well in UK and Norway, so I hope they do do a European e2o. Rumors were that the Euro version would also get some improvements to speed and range (and maybe rapid charge) and sell for around 10k UK pounds.

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