DriveSpark has spotted a rather different looking version of the Mahindra e2o testing on the streets of Bangalore.
The biggest change in the test mule spotted was the position of the charging port, which has been moved to the side of the car. The mule was also running on wider tyres.
However, it isn't just the test mule that we spotted, that has got the DriveSpark team 'buzzing'. A trusted source has confirmed to DriveSpark, that the four-door variant of the e2o is set to launch in the month of October.
The current two-door version of the e2o is powered by a 48 Volt Lithium-Ion battery pack that is connected to a motor. The e2o produces 25.4bhp and 53.9Nm of torque. The power is sent to the wheels through an automatic gearbox.
The e2o has a top speed of 81km/h and can keep on going for 120 kilometres on a fully charged battery. Charging takes five hours through a standard 220V 15 A socket while the range can be extended by 20 kilometres with a single hour of charging.
We expect Mahindra to boost the output of the e2o slightly to compensate for the increase in size caused by the e2o sprouting two more doors.